MP Andriy Derkach released the original secret warrant, written by Ukrainian businessman and oligarch Viktor Pinchuk; in it, he stated he was obliged to serve the KGB and the Soviet Union. Derkach showed the document at a press conference in Kyiv on Tuesday.
"I am currently holding the original secret warrant that was written by Pinchuk in person. In this secret warrant, Viktor Mykhailovych takes upon himself a commitment to serve the Soviet motherland and KGB of the USSR. According to the warrant, Viktor Mykhailovych chose the alias "Valeriy". Agent Valeriy. I'm not sure if any you have ever held the warrant of a KGB agent, let alone the oligarch who funds Hillary Clinton, using the money withdrawn from Ukrainian banks. I'll give you such a chance", Derkach said and passed reporters the document.
Derkach also congratulated Pinchuk on the Day of secret service workers; KGB workers observe it on December 20.
"Colleagues of Viktor Mykhailovych Pinchuk called; they claimed he was quite efficient in terms of filling in the documents, and they asked to congratulate him on the upcoming holiday, the Chekist (Soviet secret service worker, - 112 International) Day", he said.
Derkach added that Pinchuk was going to leave Ukraine.
In August 2019, the Ukrainian oligarch was summoned to Prosecutor General's Office as the witness but he did not show up. According to the order, Pinchuk must show up for the interview, as the investigation conducts procedural acts with his participation as a witness in the criminal case about the off-the-book financial records of the Party of Regions; it was opened in 2016.
Pinchuk is known to have funded the election campaign of Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential race of 2016. The oligarch is famous for his ties with the Democrats; he has ties with billionaire George Soros whom many believe to be behind some of the key events in Ukraine's political life.