Canada Freezing Assets of Corrupt Foreign Officials

Mykola Yanovych Azarov

Мико́ла Я́нович Аза́ров Azarov held several public posts before becoming the Prime Minister of Ukraine in March 2010. He was the Prime Minister until 27 January 2014, when he resigned after weeks of Euromaidan protests. During his term as the Prime Minister of Ukraine, he is suspected of having been involved in the theft of …

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Oleksii Azarov

Азаров Олексій Миколайович Oleksii Mykolayovych Azarov is the son of Mykola Yanovych Azarov, the former prime minister of Ukraine. He served as a member of the Ukrainian parliament from 2012 until January 2014. He is the controller or beneficial owner of dozens of companies. He was investigated for money laundering in Germany, together with Serhiy …

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Vitalii Zakharchenko

Vitalii Zakharchenko

Zakharchenko was ousted from the office at the same time as Viktor Yanukovych, both facing charges of using violence against protesters in the February 2014 Euromaidan riots, which led to several deaths of protestors. He was last seen in Russia in April 2014 during a joint press conference with Viktor Yanukovych and former prosecutor-general Viktor …

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Serhiy Kurchenko

Сергій Віталійович Курченко Dubbed as the ‘billionaire from nowhere, ‘wizard of gas’, or ‘Yanukovych’s wallet’, young entrepreneur Kurchenko managed to acquire a fortune in a very short amount of time in the gas business. Kurchenko was the head of “The VETEK Group of Companies”, which later included the UMH group and which controlled 50 Ukrainian …

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Artem Pshonka

Артем Вікторович Пшонка Artem Pshonka, together with his father Viktor Pshonka, are both wanted on criminal charges for abuse of office. Both fled Ukraine shortly after the former president Viktor Yanukovych. Artem Pshonka has been linked to BG Bank, which has been declared insolvent and is facing charges of fraud. [1] Information