National Police of Ukraine began to investigate possible surveillance for ex-ambassador Marie Yovanovitch. The press office of Ukraine's Interior Ministry reported that on January 16.
The House of Representatives published articles and other documents that confirm that during Yovanovitch's cadence in Ukraine, she was shadowed and probably had her electronic gadgets tampered with.
The law enforcers opened the case under two articles of the Criminal Code - the violation of the secrecy of correspondence, phone conversations, telegraph or other sorts of correspondence, and illegal collection of confidential information about an individual, violation of private life secrecy.
Ukraine's Interior Ministry guarantees the safety and protection of diplomats of any foreign country on Ukraine's territory.
Earlier, U.S. President Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said that removing the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine was a crucial part of his effort to dig up dirt on Democrats on behalf of his client. It was stated in The New Yorker's new interview with the President's personal lawyer.