Ukraine Crisis: Full List of Yanukovich's People's Assets Frozen by Switzerland
Ukraine Crisis: Full List of Yanukovich's People's Assets Frozen by SwitzerlandReuters

Geneva's Justice Ministry has confirmed that Swiss police have raided ex-President Viktor Yanukovich's offices in the city following allegations that he has laundering billions of dollars in public money.

The Geneva prosecutor, Yves Bertossa, also added that Swiss authorities have opened a money laundering investigation into Yanukovich.

"A penal investigation for severe money laundering is currently being conducted in Geneva against Viktor Yanukovich and his son Oleksander," said Bertossa.

Authorities have also frozen assets of 20 Ukrainians, including Yanukovich and his son.

Here is the full list:

Ex president Viktor Yanukovich: 9 July 1950

Son of the president: Oleksander Yanukovich, 1 July 1973

Ex-acting prime minister: Serhiy Arbuzov, born 24 March 1976

Ex-prime minister: Mykola Azarov, 17 December 1947

Ex health minister: Raisa Bohatyryova, 6 January 1953

Kharkov governor: Mykhailo Dobkin, 26 January 1970

Member of parliament: Yuri Ivanyushchenko, 21 February 1959

Kharkov mayor: Hennadiy Kernes, 27 June 1959

Ex tax minister: Oleksander Klymenko, 16 November 1980

Ex Yanukovich chief of staff: Andriy Klyuev, 12 August 1964

Member of parliament, owner of presidential estate: Serhiy Klyuev, 12 August 1969

Member of parliament: Borys Kolesnikov, 25 October 1962

Ex finance minister Yuri Kolobov, 8 April 1973

Ex transport minister: Volodymyr Kozak, 9 August 1959

Ex justice minister: Olena Lukash, 12 November 1976

Ex agriculture minister: Mykola Prysyazhnyuk, 3 January 1960

Ex prosecutor general: Viktor Pshonka, 6 February 1954

Ex energy and fuel minister: Eduard Stavytsky, 4 October 1972

Member of parliament: Oleksander Yefremov, 22 Aug. 1954,

Ex interior minister: Vitaly Zakharchenko, 20 January 1963