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Court of Appeal upheld restrictive measure for Martynenko

Martynenko himself said that he had "no emotions from the decision: neither good, nor bad"
18:35, 12 May 2017

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Court of Appeal confirmed the preventive measure for Ukrainian MP Mykola Martynenko in the form of probation. This was reported by 112 Ukraine TV channel.

The court left the current restrictive measure unchanged. The appeal of Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP) was rejected.

Martynenko himself said that he had "no emotions from the decision: neither good, nor bad".

As it was reported earlier, Solomianka district court of Kyiv released Mykola Martynenko on parole on April 22.

Former MP Mykola Martynenko was detained by National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) detectives on April 20. He is suspected of embezzling funds of Eastern mining and processing plant state enterprise (Vostgok). 

NABU representative told that this is about purchase scheme of uranium concentrate at higher prices. "As the investigation established, acquisition was made though mediator company, controlled by former MP. State enterprise inflicted losses on more than $17 million as a result of this scheme."

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