The head of the President’s Office, Andriy Bohdan, allegedly secretly met with Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky and his business partners. A new journalistic investigation of the ‘Scheme’ stated this.
December 25, according to journalists, Bohdan met with the head of Naftogaz Andriy Kobolev. And after that I went to one of the five-star hotels in Kyiv, in the restaurant of which he allegedly had a meeting with Kolomoysky and his business partners.
Fearing that the head of the President’s Office, supposedly aware of the presence of journalists, might leave the hotel through other doors, the crew decided to go inside. According to them, the meeting lasted about an hour. After that, the restaurant’s private room, according to journalists, was left by oligarch’s business partner Mykhailo Kiperman, former deputy Yevgeny Geller, Bogdan’s security guard and Timur Mindich, co-owner of Quarter 95. Last came Kolomoysky.
Kolomoysky himself denies meeting with Bogdan. He says that he arrived at the hotel when he had already left.
"The question of the aforementioned meeting and the agreements reached at it, Kobolev declined to comment, but Bohdan did not answer the questions of the journalists," - the journalists concluded.
As we reported, Kyiv District Administrative Court opened proceedings against the head of President’s Office of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan brought by ex-head of State Service of Ukraine for Transport Safety Mykhailo Noniak