State Bureau of Investigation is not preparing suspicion of Poroshenko, - Truba

Source : 112 Ukraine

Poroshenko appears in at least 12 criminal proceedings, in all cases he passes as a witness
14:01, 9 October 2019

Roman Truba, Head of State Bureau of Investigation

The State Bureau of Investigation (SBU) is not preparing a suspicion of ex-President Petro Poroshenko. This was stated by the director of SBU Roman Truba, Ukrainian News reports.

"At this point, there is no project of suspicion of the former president in the SBU," Truba said.

According to him, Poroshenko appears in a number of SBU cases, but so far he is not suspected.

Reportedly, in January 2018, journalists published an investigation, which revealed the president's private trip to the Maldives. According to the information, Poroshenko spent about 500,000 dollars on it, and the president flew abroad allegedly under someone else's name. Later, the fact of his foreign holidays was confirmed by the press service of the President.

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Subsequently, Poroshenko stated that the money spent on the trip was his personal and that he crossed the border under his own name and with his passport.

The State Bureau of Investigation has opened a case against former President Petro Poroshenko for his trip to the Maldives in January 2018. Bureau investigators are investigating possible facts of illegal crossing of the state border. After his trip, information emerged that the former president had crossed the border under someone else's name.

Related: National Anti-Corruption Bureau interrogates Petro Poroshenko

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