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NABU opens case over Hladkovskyy's income statement

The suspected sum of violations is 4.5m hryvnyas.

NABU opens case over Hladkovskyy's income statement
Oleh Hladkovskyy
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The National Anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) ha opened criminal proceedings over a possible non-reporting of over 4.5m hryvnyas in property by the former first deputy secretary of the National Security and Defence Council, Ihor Hladkovskyy.

On 17 August, the National Agency for Preventing Corruption (NAPC) said that in his income statement for 2015, Hladkovskyy did not mention the corporate rights he owned in the Cypriot company RI-SYSTEM LIMITED and his son's corporate rights in Kyivbioenergo Ltd. It did not mention his son's car either.

According to the NAPC, the sum of the unreported assets is 1.3m hryvnyas.

Hladkovskyy owns Bogdan Corporation which includes the car plants in Cherkasy and Lutsk.

In 2015-2019, Hladkovskyy was the first deputy secretary of the National Security and Defence Council. In March 2019, he was dismissed after a journalist investigation suggested he and his son may have been involved in embezzlement in defence procurement, which they denied.

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