Iryna Zemtsova, Deputy Chairman of Ukraine's state-run Oschadbank executive board, who is suspected of embezzling $20 million of the bank, posted a bail amounting $250,000 and was released. Valentyn Musyiaka, the prosecutor at the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office, told this to Ukrainska Pravda.
It was noted that Zemtsova paid the full amount a few hours after the court’s decision on October 25.
'She was really worried that she couldn’t pay this sum, yet she paid a few hours after the court announced the decision,' Musyiaka noted.
Reportedly, Solomensky district court of Kyiv has arrested Iryna Zemtsova, the Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board of Oschadbank in the case of the embezzlement of the bank's state funds.
As we reported, a son of Ukraine’s MP is among ten suspects detained for embezzling $20 million of Oschadbank.
On October 23, under the procedural control of prosecutors, National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) detectives detained ten people who were served with charge papers concerning embezzling $20 million of Oshchadbank.
Earlier, it was reported that Ukraine's anti-prosecution bodies prepared a petition on lifting the immunity of the lawmaker who illegally embezzled $20 million. According to Ukrainian News agency, it was about Stanislav Berezkin from 'Will of the Nation' group.