Rada deputy Andriy Derkach, who is not a member of any of the factions of the Ukrainian parliament, has published evidence of corruption schemes to withdraw funds from Ukraine to the accounts of the family of the US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party Joseph Biden, reports TASS.
According to him, billions of dollars were withdrawn through the "financial holes", which were first "laundered in banks, and then transferred to the accounts of the Biden family company."
Derkach published a video with testimony from witnesses. One of them, a citizen of Latvia, said that he helped the founder of the Ukrainian company Burisma, Nikolai Zlochevsky, where Biden's son Hunter worked, to launder money through offshore companies. According to the witness, every month about ten million dollars were transferred abroad under fictitious contracts. He added that from November 2014 to October 2015, the same amount of 83 thousand dollars a month was transferred from Burisma accounts to the account of the American company Rosemont Seneca Boa, which was owned by Hunter Biden. The witness showed bank statements to prove his words.
Derkach had already uploaded several audio recordings, which, according to him, recorded Biden's conversations with Poroshenko confirming US interference in the internal affairs of Ukraine.
Earlier, the Ukrainian Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova said that Ukrainian law enforcement officers are studying the authenticity of the recordings of alleged conversations between the ex-head of the country Petro Poroshenko and the US presidential candidate Joe Biden. She also clarified that 17 cases against the ex-president were started by her predecessor Ruslan Ryaboshapka, four more proceedings were already started by her.