Case against ex-Security and Defense official Gladkovsky to be filed to court soon

Source : 112 Ukraine

Gladkovsky is accused of official position abuse
20:59, 5 February 2020


The indictment against former deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleh Gladkovsky will be submitted to the court soon as 112 Ukraine reported citing Prosecutor General Ruslan Ryaboshapka.

“Soon, the case against the former deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council will be passed to the court,” Ryaboshapka said.

On October 17, 2019, former First Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) Oleh Gladkovsky was detained under suspicion in abuse of official position.

Gladkovsky left the pre-trial detention center on October 21, 2019, after posting 423,405 dollars bail. His lawyer Ruslan Volynets said that his client continued a hunger strike and also informed that an electronic tag had been put on his client.

Related: Anti-Corruption Bureau denied to prosecute Gladkovsky for non-appearance to questioning

On October 24, 2019, Oleh Gladkovsky gave in his external passport

As we reported earlier, on February 25, journalist investigations Bihus.Info, Nashi Hroshi program alleged that Ihor Gladkovsky, the son of Poroshenko's close ally Oleh Gladkovsky, deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), organized a corruption scheme to smuggle spare military-equipment parts from Russia in 2015.

State defense facilities purchased the smuggled spare parts from private companies linked to Gladkovsky and his friends at highly inflated prices. Ukroboronprom state concern knew the origin of the smuggled parts but agreed to purchase them.

Ihor Gladkovsky, along with Vitaliy Zhukov and Andriy Rogoza were supplying smuggled Russian components and components from the Ukrainian military units through straw companies at prices 2-4 times higher than market ones.


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