New criminal proceedings opened against Poroshenko, Biden in Ukraine, - lawyer

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is noted that the proceedings were opened on the request of MP Andriy Derkach
13:40, 27 January 2021

The fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and U.S. former Vice President Joe Biden
RIA Novosti

In Ukraine, another two criminal proceedings registered against fifth president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and new U.S. President Joe Biden as Ukrayinska Pravda reported citing Poroshenko’s lawyer Ihor Holovan.

“On January 22, two days after the inauguration of the U.S. president, two new criminal proceedings were registered concerning the interference in the activity of the ex-prosecutor general of Ukraine Pshonka from the side of fifth president of Ukraine Poroshenko and current U.S. President Biden,” Holovan said.

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According to him, the proceedings were opened at the request of MP Andriy Derkach who was recently sanctioned by the U.S.

On May 19, 2020, non-affiliated MP Andriy Derkach published a few audio records of the talk of then ex-president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Head of the U.S. State Department John Kerry. According to the MP, they may witness the influence of Joe Biden on Petro Poroshenko.

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Later, in July 2020, Andriy Derkach published more audio records with talks of ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and top officials. Particularly, the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden were released.

As we reported, the U.S introduced the sanctions against seven persons and four entities that are part of the foreign influence network tied with Russia and Andriy Derkach.

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