Law enforcement agencies on Friday carried out 183 a search of the premises belonging to the ex-Minister of income and fees Alexander Klimenko, including in the SEC “Gulliver” in Kiev, said the chief military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatoly Matios.
“The main military Prosecutor’s office jointly with the Department for the protection of national police and special forces “CORD” holds “the second wave”. Implementation in the case of criminal organizations Yanukovych Klimenko. Now being 183 a search of the premises belonging to the ex-Minister Klymenko. Including in the office center “Gulliver” in Kiev, several floors of which is the property of ex-Minister and members of his family,” wrote A. Matios on the Facebook page.
The main military Prosecutor assured that the work of journalists, “Radio News”, which includes “media holding Klimenko”, and the group of companies “unison” never stopped .
He promised to announce more details at a joint with the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov briefing.
In turn, the Director of the Department of communication of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Artem Shevchenko also confirmed that law enforcement officers carry out investigative actions in some areas of the shopping center “Gulliver”.
“Investigators, DSE (Department of economic protection – if) Ukraine jointly with investigators of the GPU conduct investigations in selected office buildings, shopping center Gulliver. Casual visitors we apologize for the inconvenience. We invite journalists to a briefing in the Ministry of internal Affairs”, – he wrote on the Facebook page.
Earlier the newspaper “News” reported about searches in their offices.
Media holding “Vesti Ukraine” associated with the fugitive ex-Minister of income and fees Alexander Klimenko times of presidency of Viktor Yanukovych.
The group includes, in particular, the newspaper “Vesti” and “Radio News”
According to information on the website of the holding company, the owner of 99% of LLC “ES Production group” at the end of 2015 was LLC “Aydzhi Media Ukraine”, which, in turn, 100% owned Vesti Media Holding Ukraine Ltd. (Cyprus). The owner of 80% of the Cypriot company was a resident of Avdeevka Dennis Brain, another 20% through the company Nederman Limited controlled Tatyana Alexandrova from Donetsk.