Nasirov claims he handed over all documents allowing to leave country

"I was never going to hide from investigation, on the opposite, I was always willing to cooperate with bodies of preliminary investigation," Nasirov said

22:29, 20 March 2017

State Fiscal Service of Ukraine

Suspended Head of State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov, who was released on $3.7 million bail, announced that he gave away all documents, allowing him to leave the country, to the Chief Department of State Migration Service of Ukraine in Kyiv. Nasirov wrote it on his Facebook page.

"As I promised, continue to inform — I went to the Chief Department of State Migration Service of Ukraine in Kyiv in order to fulfill my duties in accordance with the court order and deposit the documents providing right to leave except those which were already taken from me," Nasirov wrote.

He also announced that he "was never going to hide from investigation, on the opposite, was always willing to cooperate with bodies of preliminary investigation."

Ex-Head of State Fiscal Service added that he "hopes all documents will be returned soon".

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