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Georgia discusses version of Yanukovich’s being a natural son of Shevardnadze2010-01-26 11:00
Eduard Shevardnadze disclaimed rumours about his alleged being a father of Viktor Yanukovich, a presidential candidate in Ukraine - the Rossiyskaya Gazeta.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"How can I be his father if we're practically of the same age?" ex-President of Georgia said laughing.
The message about Yanukovich's allegedly being Shevardnadze's son appeared in Kviris Khronika [Georgian newspaper]. The author was citing to some informal sources, in particular, a witness of some Ukrainian journalist. She said: "Shevardnadze must be glad that his son - Yanukovich - is so close to presidency."
The newspaper contained no comments from Shevardnadze. The article was published on January 25th, ex-President's 82nd birthday.
Viktor Yanukovich was born in 1950, in Donetsk region, his father was an operator of Yenakiyevo metallurgical plant.