Wife of the Deputy Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs Julia Grymchak said she would not stand bail for her husband. She stated that to the journalists in the courtroom, as Bukvy reports.
According to the wife, she is not planning to raise funds, as her husband is suspected in the committing of the economical crime.
"There are no bails. Where will I get money? I'm very thankful for the support of our friends, family members and other people. If I asked to raise money, it may have been raised. But I thought about what would have been if we had not raised it fully. The money that could have been on the account, had to be returned. It is unacceptable. Moreover, we are talking about economical offense, so we do not discuss the money issue. We will not stand the bail," she said.
It has become known that Grymchak was sent to Chernihiv remand center.
As we reported earlier, detectives of National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU), together with representatives of the Prosecutor General’s Office (GPU) and the Security Service (SBU) representatives, detained Deputy Minister for Temporarily Occupied Territories Yuriy Grymchak and his assistant on August 14.