Ukraine’s ex-Prosecutor-General: Biden’s son did not violate Ukrainian laws

Personal lawyer of Donald Trump Rudi Giuliani relied on the words of Lutsenko concerning the accusations in Biden case
09:33, 29 September 2019

Yuriy Lutsenko, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine
The Verkhovna Rada

Ex-Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko denies that Hunter Biden violated Ukrainian legislation during his work in Ukraine as The Washington Post reported.

“From the perspective of Ukrainian legislation, he did not violate anything,” Lutsenko commented activity of Biden in Ukraine.

Personal lawyer of Donald Trump Rudi Giuliani relied on the words of Lutsenko concerning the accusations in Biden case.

Hunter Biden belied the accusations of Trump and Giuliani immediately. They thought that Joe Biden, during his term as U.S. Vice President, demanded from Ukrainian leadership to dismiss the prosecutor who investigated the violations of the company tied with Hunter Biden.

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As it is known since 2014 Hunter Biden was a member of the board of directors of largest private gas company Burisma Holdings. He left this post in 2019.

The number of the American mass media reported earlier that on July 25, Trump tried to convince Zelensky in the necessity to start the investigation against Hunter Biden, the son of Joe Biden. Besides, the U.S. President “urged him about eight times to work” with lawyer Rudi Giuliani on the investigation against Hunter Biden.

Joe Biden, responding to the reports about the talk of Trump and Zelensky, urged the American president to publish the transcript of his talk with the Ukrainian leader.

Earlier Donald Trump approved the publication of the full version of his phone talk with Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky dated July 25 on September 25. Besides, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo received permission from Ukraine Government to release the transcript of the telephone call.

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On September 25, the White House published the transcript of the talk of two presidents. On September 26, the U.S. Congress published the full version of the complaint against the pressure of U.S. President Donald Trump on President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during the phone talk in July.

On September 24, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the launch of a formal impeachment inquiry in response to the dispute over Mr. Trump’s efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate his potential 2020 rival, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.

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