Ihor Hladkovsky, the son of first deputy secretary of National Security and Defense Council Oleg Hladkovsky appeared at the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP). The authority handed him an indictment in the case of pocketing 34,000 dollars of improper advantage. Olga Postolyuk, the press secretary of the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office reproted that as quoted by Suspilne.
"In the near future, this indictment will be sent to court for consideration of the merits", she said.
According to Postolyuk, Hladkovsky was not detained; he came to the SAP willingly.
Hladkovsky, Jr. is among the suspects in the case of Ukrainian enterprise Optymumspetsdetal.
In February 2019, Bihus.info, the team of journalist investigation released a documentary, which claims that Hladkovsky and two of his sidekicks supplied counterfeit Russian details or details from Ukrainian military units to Ukrainian enterprises, selling them by fourfold higher prices.
Later, Podilsky district court of Kyiv ruled that the Bihus. info's information about Hladkovsky's part in corruption activities in Ukroboronprom, the state-run enterprise was false.
In December 2020, National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office informed Hladkovsky that he was a suspect in the case of getting a hand on improper advantage. On April 22, the Bureau put him on the wanted list; several days ago, it became known that Hladkovsky left Ukraine.