Former President Viktor Yanukovych does not possess any proofs of involvement of former Chief of the President's Staff and currently Member of Parliament Serhii Liovochkin (Opposition Bloc) in the dispersing of the rally in Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv on November 30, 2013.\r\nHe said this while questioned via video link in the trial by the Sviatoshynskyi District Court of Kyiv of the case against five former Berkut special company staff, charged with slaughtering 48 EuroMaidan activists in Instytutska Street in Kyiv on February 20, 2014.\r\n"They keep telling me about Liovochkin. I said yes, probably he had a bearing on this. But personally I had no proofs of that and the investigation has not established them. So if this was so let the government prove this. If not - let this be on their head. Or if he is not guilty, then those who say so must apologise. This must be established through trial," Yanukovych said.\r\nAs Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Yanukovych thinks that Berkut special company staff went beyond authority when dispersing the EuroMaidan on November 30, 2013.