“It’s very easy to call everyone corruptionists, villains, who wish bad for the country. Yet, it’s a road to nowhere, which, unfortunately, NABU took. Yes, I understand that after this interview many fighters against corruption, who live on the foreign accounts, will say that I discredit NABU again. I am just citing that they don’t have any results. There are none,” Lutsenko said.
He added that Artem Sytnyk, NABU Head, has to either ask for the experts’ help or admit that he is not capable of this.
“If it’s really about Sytnyk personally, so this problem needs to be solved. If there are questions on, for instance, the functioning of the system, it probably should be corrected. But it’s impossible to act like everything is fine,” he said.
According to the Prosecutor General, the only way to assess Sytnyk’s work as NABU Head is to conduct an open audit of the Bureau and SAP.
On September 19, Sytnyk did not attend the session of the Anti-Corruption Committee in the Parliament, where he was invited earlier. Later, media informed that the reason Sytnyk did not come was the disclosure of information about another wiretapping of Kholodnytsky: State Security Service Administration found a wire cable which was set from “Okhmadet” to the SAP building.