Oct 13, 2020
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A case was opened against Poroshenko due to the registration of an offshore company

The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine opened a criminal case against former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on the fact of registering an offshore company in 2014. Lawyer Andrey Portnov wrote about this on Facebook.

According to him, the politician registered Prime Asset Partners Limited in the jurisdiction of the British Virgin Islands, hiding this fact, and also did not reflect it in the income statement. The lawyer added that the offshore company was created to legalize proceeds from crime.

Earlier it was reported that about 60 criminal cases were opened against Poroshenko.

One of the latest productions was opened following the collusion of the ex-president with employees of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine regarding state guarantees for a loan of $ 19 million to the Kuznitsa na Rybalskiy plant.

We add that the ex-parliamentary deputy accused Poroshenko of organizing the kidnapping. With a corresponding statement, David Zhvania addressed the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

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