State Bureau of Investigations transfers Deputy Minister Grymchak’s case to Anti-Corruption Bureau

Grymchak remains in a pre-trial detention center, no one has paid bail for him
14:18, 28 October 2019

Ukraine’s State Bureau of Investigations has transferred the case to the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) on suspicion of former Deputy Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories Yuriy Grymchak for abuse of influence. It was reported by Ukrainian News, citing Grymchak’s lawyer, Tetiana Matiash.

"The case was referred to NABU," she said. According to Matiash, the case was transferred from the State Bureau of Investigations last week (October 21-27).

Related: "Where will I get money?": Grymchak's wife not to stand bail for her husband

The lawyer also reported that Grymchak remains in the pre-trial detention center, no bail has been paid for him.

As we reported earlier, on August 14, the detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), together with representatives of the Special Investigation Department of the General Prosecutor's Office and the Security Service of Ukraine, detained Yuriy Grymchak, the Deputy Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs, and his assistant on a $ 480,000 bribe.

On August 15, Grymchak was officially charged with getting a hand on someone else's large sum of money

Related: Grymchak’s case reclassified; he is suspected in influence abuse

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