The people's deputy Serhiy Fayermark may be associated with Cypriot offshore companies' owners of the Ukrainian company Jan De Nul Ukraine that has won the tender for dredging in the port Yuzhny. According to sources of the Komentari daily in law enforcement bodies, it is evident from the documents seized by NABU from the office of Jan De Nul Ukraine and from personal cars and company’s managers’ apartment today.
During a search of the trunk of one of the cars laptop bag was found with a flash drive in it that belongs to Oleksandr Lazanyuk, a private financier of Fayermark. On a flash drive there was a balance sheet on "corruption rent” and scans the internal register documents of Cypriot companies Havoret Investments ltd and Medit Consortium Dredging Company ltd. that confirm final beneficial owner, shared by both legal entities.
As written in the article of Komentari, it is possible that the removal of parliamentary immunity of Fayermark will be initiated on the basis of these materials, as deputy’s electronic declaration does not state any corporate rights.
As it previously reported, in October 2016 the company Jan De Nul Ukraine has won the tender for the dredging of the port Yuzhny. However, the results of the tender was appealed to the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine, as the winning proposal was more expensive than it’s competitor’s for $3,5 million. It was also confirmed that the Jan De Nul Ukraine company, which first belonged to the well-known Belgian company, changed the owner before the announcement of the tender results. The owners of 55% shares of Jan De Nul Ukraine company are now the two Cypriot offshore companies and a former assistant of Serhiy Fayermark Andrey Rozov was appointed as its director.
Earlier it was reported that the National Anti-corruption Bureau opened two criminal proceedings regarding deputies’ e-declarations.