According to the Ukrainian State News Agency on January 14, the National Bureau of Investigation of Ukraine released news on the same day that the Pechersky District Court in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, is scheduled to hear the treason case of former President Poroshenko on January 17.

  In December 2021, former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was charged with treason over his alleged dealings with "separatists" in eastern Ukraine.

Then on January 6 this year, the Pechersky District Court in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, decided to confiscate all the property of former President Poroshenko, including a mansion, two apartments, several lands on the outskirts of the capital, and several companies held by Poroshenko. shares.

  Poroshenko's supporters say the charges are politically motivated.

  Ukrainian media reported that Poroshenko faces multiple charges, including "supporting terrorism" and treason. If convicted, Poroshenko faces up to 15 years in prison.

  Ukrainian media reported that Poroshenko planned to take a flight from Warsaw to Kiev on January 17.

On December 17, 2021, Poroshenko left Ukraine for a diplomatic trip to Turkey and other places.

Ukraine's Attorney General's Office said earlier that prosecutors would ask the court to arrest former President Petro Poroshenko in a treason case.

The Kiev Pechersky District Court has approved Poroshenko's detention.

(Headquarters reporter Wang Bin and Wang Jinyan)