Michael Cohen, the US president's personal attorney, confirmed his meeting with Ukrainian MP Andriy Artemenko and American businessman of Russian origin Felix Sater. He stated this in an interview to NBC.
"I admit that brief meeting was held, but categorically deny that this topic (Artemenko's peace plan between Ukraine and Russia - Ed.) was discussed or any documents were submitted to the White House or Michael Flynn," said Michael Cohen.
He said that on that day he did not see Michael Flynn in the White House and did not discuss with him the meeting. "Even if I took this plan and passed it to the White House, what's wrong with that?", Cohen added.
We remind, Ukrainian MP Andriy Artemenko took the role of "savior" of the Ukrainian-American relations and invented the peace plan between Russia and Ukraine, which includes the removal of sanctions from Russia. This plan he allegedly gave to Cohen, who left the paper on the table of the National Security Advisor Flynn. Artemenko himself emphasizes that in the preparation of the plan was involved the whole inter-factional group of deputies, whose names he prefers not to make public.