According to the message, the decision, which allowed Allerov to leave Ukraine, was adopted last week. The restriction, which banned a man from leaving residence without permission, was also lifted.
Yuriy Allerov is obliged to abstain from communication with witnesses and other suspects at the first demand of a court, prosecutor or investigator.
On May 21, Allerov was released from the detention after the provision of the bail.
Earlier, Yuriy Allerov was detained by the detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau. He was accused of the case tied with the embezzlement of $5 million during the construction of the houses for the Ukrainian military. On May 14, Allerov and another two detainees, the representatives of Ukrbud construction company, were notified about suspicion.
According to the investigation, Allerov’s daughter has dual citizenship – Ukrainian and Russian and she mostly lives in Moscow.
“According to the investigation, the daughter of Allerov has residence and family in Moscow. Besides, Allerov’s wife visited Moscow repeatedly,” the SAPO prosecutor noted.
On May 7, Allerov was dismissed from the position of the Commander of the National Guard by the order of President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Mykola Balan was appointed as acting commander.
Yury Allerov has been heading the National Guard since December 30, 2015, until May 7, 2019.