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Ukraine's Prime Minister says his diploma is authentic

Earlier, General Prosecutor’s Office closed the case on possible falsification of the diploma of Ukraine’s PM Volodymyr Groysman
15:27, 24 July 2018

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Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman stated that he did not fake his higher education diploma and the document is authentic, as he wrote on Facebook.

“Of course, I did not fake it. Because the diploma is authentic and honest. Yes, I have studied on a distance learning basis, as, like many others, created a family early and had to take care of it, so I worked in parallel,” he wrote.

As we reported, the General Prosecutor’s Office closed the case on possible falsification of the diploma of Ukraine’s PM Volodymyr Groysman.

Related: Groysman forbids ministers to talk to Russia's representatives without Foreign Ministry consent

Earlier, in October 2017 the General Prosecutor’s Office started investigating the possible falsification of Groysman’s diploma of higher education.

In November of 2017 the General Prosecutor’s Office closed the case, but in January this year the court canceled the investigator's warrant and entrusted the Prosecutor’s Office to restore the investigation.

Related: 'I will step down if Parliament fails to approve Anti-Corruption Court bill', - PM Groysman

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