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Poroshenko declares 800 000 hryvnia and 60 000 of dollars of cash
23:03, 30 October 2016
Poroshenko declares 800 000 hryvnia and 60 000 of dollars of cash

The President also states he bought all his property before his presidency and all taxes were honestly paid in Ukraine

23:03, 30 October 2016

Twitter Petro Poroshenko

The President of Ukraine applied his e-declaration with 800 000 hryvnia and 60 000 of dollars of cash, hastening to asseverate that all his multiple real estate and movable assets were bought before his presidency. Petro Poroshenko wrote that on his Facebook page.

"Regarding my declaration, I want to note from the beginning, that all my movable valuables and real estate assets: housing accommodations, land property, automobiles, paintings, women’s jewelry were bought (not rented) before my presidency. More over, generally the property was bought when I wasn’t on the civil service. Regarding my companies, all of them were created when I was a businessperson. A single company was created in 2014, that I own – the one for selling Roshen,” he noted.

Related: Ukraine needs to introduce e-declarations to obtain visa-free regime – EU embassy

At that he pointed out that he keeps money in banks – “27 billion dollars, each penny of which was taxed and paid in favor of the budget of Ukraine” and 800 000 hryvnia and 60 000 dollars in cash.

"As for me, the purpose of e-declarations is not only to show the assets, but also to demonstrate the relation of the expenditures to the income declared. My declarations showed incomes on more than 820 million hryvnia (about 32 million dollars with the current currency exchange rate, - ed.) over the past 10 years (in different currency rates). Besides, my enterprises, where I act as a final beneficiary, and I transferred more that 15 million dollars in 2014 – 2016,” he added.

Related: Yatsenyuk declared about USD 700,000 of incomes in 2015

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