February 25, 2014 16:47
Yanukovych's administration chief resigns, injured - spokesman
KYIV. Feb 25 (Interfax) - Andriy Klyuyev, the head of the administration of the fugitive Ukrainian president, Viktor Yanukovych, tendered his resignation on February 23, his Press Secretary Artyom Petrenko told Interfax on Tuesday.
Klyuyev was injured and his house just outside Kyiv was raided, the source also said. "Klyuyev was in fact injured, as far as I know his life is not at risk," he said.
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