NABU is investigating the case against the ex-official
The expert drew up a deliberately inaccurate conclusion, on the basis of which a private company unreasonably took ownership of a part of the main oil product pipeline.
The former deputy director of the state-owned enterprise Institute of the Nitrogen Industry (SE UkrGIAP) is suspected of providing a false conclusion to the court, as a result of which the company PrykarpatZapadtrans unreasonably acquired a part of the main oil product pipeline Samara – Western direction. On Thursday, February 11, the press service of NABU reported.
“According to the investigation, the suspect drew up a deliberately inaccurate conclusion, which became the basis for the decision of the Economic Court of the Rivne region, which in August 2017 refused to recognize the ownership of a part of the Samara – Western direction of the oil product pipelines for the state.
The detectives found that the expert deliberately laid out the findings in the interests of a private enterprise.
It is noted that the ex-official was accused of abuse of office.
The NABU also explained that since 2017, they have been investigating the facts of the transfer of ownership of a part of the Samara-Western direction of the oil product pipeline passing through the territory of Ukraine to business entities of the Russian Federation and the involvement of current officials in these business entities.
Later, the ex-people’s deputy and ex-investigative journalist told the details of the case on his page in Facebook.
According to him, as a result of the court decision, the pipeline came under the control of the structures of businessman Viktor Medvedchuk.
“Thus, the company PrykarpatZapadTrans, whose shareholders included Medvedchuk’s people, on the basis of a court decision based on a deliberately false expert opinion, unreasonably acquired a part of the main naftoproduct pipeline Samara – Western direction,” Leshchenko wrote.
He noted that this very pipe, which is controlled by Medvedchuk’s associates, is the main route for the supply of diesel fuel to Rosneft by structures associated with Medvedchuk.
According to Leshchenko, the suspicion will initiate the process of “removing Ukraine from Medvedchuk’s diesel needle.”
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