Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser of US President Donald Trump withheld the information about payments he had received in 2015 from Russia-related entities in the initial personal financial disclosure form, particularly fees from Russian government-backed television network RT, a U.S. air cargo company affiliated with the Volga-Dnepr Group and the U.S. subsidiary of Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. This was reported by the Washington Post referring to the documents published by the White House.
The White House has published 2 declarations. One of them was signed by Flynn on February 11 before resignation, second one — on March 31. Former adviser submitted in the second one that he received payments for presentations during events, organized by RT Russian Channel, American subsidiary of Kaspersky Lab and American air cargo company affiliated with the Volga-Dnepr.
It is not specified how much Flynn received for cooperation with these companies in the declaration, but received payments were described in section "sources of income exceeding $5,000 per year".