US investigating Manafort involvement in corrupt activities of Yanukovych
The investigation considers the activity of a number of companies associated with the former Ukrainian government
US Justice Department and the FBI are investigating possible ties between the US and Yanukovych's corrupt activities, including the activities of the company of Paul Manafort. It is reported by CNN.
Comprehensive studies investigate whether US companies and the financial system were used in the implementation of the corrupt activities of ex-president Viktor Yanukovych.
The investigation also examines the activities of other companies associated with the former Ukrainian government, including Podesta Group, whose leader, Tony Podesta is the brother of John Podesta -Head of the election headquarters of presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton.
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