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Giuliani's associate willing to shed some light on Ukraine issue

According to Parnas's lawyer, his client was told directly by the former Ukrainian official that he met last year in Vienna with Rep. Devin Nunes.
10:42, 25 November 2019

Vanity Fair

A lawyer for an indicted associate of U.S. President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani told CNN that his client is willing to tell Congress about meetings the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee with a former Ukrainian prosecutor to discuss digging up dirt on Joe Biden.

According to Parnas's lawyer, his client was told directly by the former Ukrainian official that he met last year in Vienna with Rep. Devin Nunes.
 
 
"Mr. Parnas learned from former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Victor Shokin that Nunes had met with Shokin in Vienna last December," the lawyer said.
 
As we reported earlier, Lev Parnas has told his associates that he and his business partner, Igor Fruman, had discussed Ukraine with President Donald Trump at an April 2018 donor dinner, The Washington Post informed.

According to Parnas, he and Fruman informed Trump that then-US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch was unfavorable to the President and his interests. Trump responded by immediately stating Yovanovitch should be fired, people familiar told the paper.

Related: House Democrats move closer to impeaching Trump

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