In Ukraine, a new case against Poroshenko
The State Bureau of Investigation has registered a criminal case under three articles in connection with the alleged trip in 2018 of the former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and persons close to him to the Maldives on forged documents. This was announced by lawyer Andrei Portnov.
According to him, the goal of the new criminal initiative is to identify new offshore companies, property, assets and accounts of Poroshenko and his entourage.
“The State Bureau of Investigation found the facts we have presented sufficient and registered criminal proceedings immediately under three articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine,” he wrote on Facebook.
Earlier, the Shevchenkovsky District Court of Kiev ordered the SBU to open a criminal case on the possible seizure of power in the country by the former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko upon his appointment of a number of judges of the Supreme Court of Ukraine.
On July 17, the Director of the State Security Bureau, Roman Truba, stated that the bureau had opened 11 criminal cases against Poroshenko and other dignitaries.
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