The National Agency for Preventing Corruption (NAPC) is negotiating with the Prosecutor General’s Office to let Agency’s workers participate in searches of declarants’ premises that will be conducted by investigation units of the Prosecutor’s Office.
The NAPC Head Natalia Korchak announced that on air of one of the Ukrainian channels.
She said that commenting the question about why Agency’s workers don’t use access to the State Fiscal Service’s, the Ministry of Justice’s, Registry Offices’, real estate, vehicle and border crossing databases that the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) provided them on specifically created working places.
“From the NABU perimeter we can enter databases only using their logins and passwords. We were not given such logins and passwords so far. That’s why we are going to negotiate about it. We are also negotiating with the Prosecutor General’s Office to allow our workers participate in investigation units for searches of the premises of the declarants who interest us. This is an opportunity to document data and income inside of the houses”, Korchak said.
Earlier it was reported that NABU established Ukrnafta’s involvement in oil theft for almost 330 million dollars
Ukranafta filed a lawsuit against companies that haven’t allegedly paid the oil supplied. However NABU established that heads these companies colluded together with the aim of oil thievery.