Ex-chief of Ukraine's Border Guard suspected of illicit enrichment, - Anti-Corruption Bureau

Source : 112 Ukraine

In 2015-2017, Viktor Nazarenko's family bought property placed in nine different locations; he himself may be holding a large sum of money on accounts
15:54, 23 April 2018

State Border Service

NABU, the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine suspects Viktor Nazarenko, the former head of State Border Guard, of the illicit enrichment. The respective case materials are now in the Solomyansky district court in Kyiv. 

NABU detectives initiated the case and requested that the court allow them temporary access to classified items and documents owned by the managing board of Lviv Bank, the private joint stock bank in Ukraine.  

The investigation team received the information that Nazarenko could keep an undisclosed sum of money at the accounts that belong to nominee names; he is suspected to have obtained the funds illegally. 

It is also revealed that in 2015-2017, Viktor Nazarenko's family bought property placed in nine different locations, totally worth of some USD 670,000. 

In 2017, Nazarenko was fired from the office of the chief of Ukraine's State Border Guard and appointed the advisor of President Petro Poroshenko. 

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