The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine cannot confirm or belie the originality of the court ruling of Kramatorsk Court on the asset forfeiture of the funds of Viktor Yanukovych, the former president of Ukraine in the sum of 1.5 billion dollars published by Al Jazeera. Evgen Yenin, the Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine claimed this at the briefing on January 10 as 112 Ukraine broadcasted.
According to Yenin, there are no signs of the originality in the published document.
'We cannot confirm or belie the originality of the document published in the result of the investigation of Al Jazeera. I draw the attention that the published document does not contain sings, stamp and unique court number. There is some order of the execution of the documents in our country as in any other. Such issue is within the competence of the SBU', Yenin claimed.
According to him, the number of the published surnames and companies are also involved in other criminals proceeding and were classified due to this.
'Talking about Gontareva, ICU and number of other surnames and companies mentioned in the Ukrainian mass media, I want to emphasize that the activity of ICU and particular officials, number of the commercial enterprises, state regulators, NBU, state banks and officials is the issue of the number of other criminal cases not only within the investigations of the GPU but also within the investigations of the number of other bodies, including the National Anti-Corruption Bureau', he concluded.
As we reported Al Jazeera published the court ruling of Kramatorsk Court as at March 28, 2017 on the asset forfeiture of the funds of Viktor Yanukovych, the former president of Ukraine in the sum of 1.5 billion dollars within the investigation. The document contains 94 pages with the mentioning of the surnames and companies involved in the plundering. One of them is Investment Capital Ukraine (ICU) led by Ukraine's Central Bank governor, Valeria Gontareva, a close ally of Poroshenko.