Ukrainian ex-president Viktor Yashenko with his wife ( beautiful  ukrainian embroidery),from Iryna

Ex president of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko with his lovely wife!, Ukraine, from Iryna with love

Unloved But Unbowed, Ukraine's Viktor Yushchenko Leaves Office

Unloved But Unbowed, Ukraine's Viktor Yushchenko Leaves Office

Viktor Yushchenko: Ukraine opposition does not control streets

Ukraine: Sieben Irrtümer über die Revolution in Kiew

Viktor Yushchenko

Viktor Yushchenko

Follow the first celebrated then troubled political career of Viktor Yushchenko, one-term Ukrainian president, on Biography.com.

Follow the first celebrated then troubled political career of Viktor Yushchenko, one-term Ukrainian president, on Biography.com.

Mrs. Laura Bush and Mrs. Kateryna Yushchenko, wife of Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko, enjoy tea, April 1, 2008, after ceremonies welcoming President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush to Kyiv.

Laura Bush and Mrs. Kateryna Yushchenko, wife of Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko, enjoy tea, April after ceremonies welcoming President George W. Bush and Mrs. Bush to Kyiv.

President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (L) looks at pictures of soldier's children at a military base near the Shiite city of Kut, where Ukrainian troops have been stationed, 26 December 2005. Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko arrived in Iraq on Monday for a surprise visit, as Ukraine wrapped up a withdrawal of most of its troops from the country. Yushchenko ordered Ukraine's troops out of the country earlier this year after assuming power in the ex-Soviet country following last year's…

President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (L) looks at pictures of soldier's children at a military base near the Shiite city of Kut, where Ukrainian troops have been stationed, 26 December 2005. Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko arrived in Iraq on Monday for a surprise visit, as Ukraine wrapped up a withdrawal of most of its troops from the country. Yushchenko ordered Ukraine's troops out of the country earlier this year after assuming power in the ex-Soviet country following last year's…

The Putin Murders | La Russophobe Viktor Yushchenko, anti-Russian candidate for the presidency of the Ukraine, is poisoned by Dioxin. Yushchenko’s chief of staff Oleg Ribachuk suggests that the poison used was a mycotoxin called T-2, also known as “Yellow Rain,” a Soviet-era substance which was reputedly used in Afghanistan as a chemical weapon. Miraculously, he survives the attack.

The Putin Murders

The Putin Murders | La Russophobe Viktor Yushchenko, anti-Russian candidate for the presidency of the Ukraine, is poisoned by Dioxin. Yushchenko’s chief of staff Oleg Ribachuk suggests that the poison used was a mycotoxin called T-2, also known as “Yellow Rain,” a Soviet-era substance which was reputedly used in Afghanistan as a chemical weapon. Miraculously, he survives the attack.

Viktor Yushchenko Before and After If you are considering a restorative dentist click on the image to learn more.

Viktor Yushchenko Before and After If you are considering a restorative dentist click on the image to learn more.

2005 UKRAINE: Viktor Yushchenko - National Constitution Center Liberty Medal Award.

2005 UKRAINE: Viktor Yushchenko - National Constitution Center Liberty Medal Award.

Interview with Viktor Yushchenko: "Why to Poles with Pilsudsky there is a place in Europe, and to Ukraine with our national leaders isn't present? & quot

Interview with Viktor Yushchenko: "Why to Poles with Pilsudsky there is a place in Europe, and to Ukraine with our national leaders isn't present? & quot

President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko, Minister of Defence Anatoly Hrytsenko, Head of National Security and Defence Council Anatoly Kinakh, and Foreign Minister Boris Tarasyuk have dinner at a military base near the Shiite city of Kut, where Ukrainian troops have been stationed, 26 December 2005. Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko arrived in Iraq on Monday for a surprise visit, as Ukraine wrapped up a withdrawal of most of its troops from the country. Yushchenko ordered Ukraine's troops…

President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko, Minister of Defence Anatoly Hrytsenko, Head of National Security and Defence Council Anatoly Kinakh, and Foreign Minister Boris Tarasyuk have dinner at a military base near the Shiite city of Kut, where Ukrainian troops have been stationed, 26 December 2005. Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko arrived in Iraq on Monday for a surprise visit, as Ukraine wrapped up a withdrawal of most of its troops from the country. Yushchenko ordered Ukraine's troops…

September 2004  Viktor Yushchenko, anti-Russian candidate for the presidency of the Ukraine, is poisoned by Dioxin. Yushchenko’s chief of staff Oleg Ribachuk suggests that the poison used was a mycotoxin called T-2, also known as “Yellow Rain,” a Soviet-era substance which was reputedly used in Afghanistan as a chemical weapon. Miraculously, he survives the attack.

The Putin Murders

September 2004 Viktor Yushchenko, anti-Russian candidate for the presidency of the Ukraine, is poisoned by Dioxin. Yushchenko’s chief of staff Oleg Ribachuk suggests that the poison used was a mycotoxin called T-2, also known as “Yellow Rain,” a Soviet-era substance which was reputedly used in Afghanistan as a chemical weapon. Miraculously, he survives the attack.

Viktor Yushchenko in youth

Viktor Yushchenko in youth

We Shall Overcome - Dec. 15, 2004 - Kiev, Ukraine - Disfigured Ukrainian presidential hopeful Viktor Yushchenko speaks to the press about the economical situation in his country. It was determined that the cysts on his face were the result of deliberate dioxin poisoning in early September. Tests revealed the level of dioxin in his blood was more than 6,000 times higher than normal. An investigation is in progress. Picture (c) Robert King/ZUMA Press

Yushchenko - poisoned so his skin was corrupted. Used as a character sketch for the French antagonist

Viktor Yushchenko, leader del partito di centro-destra Nostra Ucraina, con un gallo durante un evento di campagna elettorale a Kiev, primo gennaio 2005. Il 26 dicembre del 2004 Yushchenko era stato eletto presidente del paese, carica che assunse il 23 gennaio 2005. (MAXIM MARMUR/AFP/Getty Images) Politici e animali - Il Post

Viktor Yushchenko, leader del partito di centro-destra Nostra Ucraina, con un gallo durante un evento di campagna elettorale a Kiev, primo gennaio 2005. Il 26 dicembre del 2004 Yushchenko era stato eletto presidente del paese, carica che assunse il 23 gennaio 2005. (MAXIM MARMUR/AFP/Getty Images) Politici e animali - Il Post

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