The People's Deputy of Ukraine Andrii Derkach, the initiator of the criminal case on interference in the US elections, released documents, according to which First Deputy Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Gizo Uhlava has been providing information to the US Embassy in Kyiv for several years, which negatively influenced the course of events in Ukraine and USA. A corresponding statement was made by the People's Deputy during a press conference broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.
So, Derkach published the documents received from investigative journalists, including correspondence between NABU staff and representatives of foreign diplomatic missions in the framework of criminal proceedings opened under Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine "State treason".
In particular, documents owned by the people's deputy indicate that the Uhlava passed on information to the US Embassy through his assistant Polina Chizh, which, as he said, was an important part of the "puzzle" of US election interference and international corruption.
According to Derkach, he has already submitted these documents to the State Investigations Bureau and the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine.
Derkach also initiated the creation of a provisional investigative commission of the Verkhovna Rada and filed a lawsuit to resume the investigation into the US election by announcing the pre-trial investigation.