The Shevchenkovsky court in kyiv has issued a preliminary verdict against the former governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region, oligarch Igor Kolomoisky. According to the press service of the Ukrainian court, the judge decided to keep Kolomoisky in custody until October 31.

It is added that Kolomoisky can pay bail to avoid being in the cell. At the same time, the amount of the bail is impressive: 509 million hryvnia. At the current exchange rate, this amounts to more than 1,3 billion rubles.

Previously, the Ukrainian security services had placed “pidozra” (suspicion) on Igor Kolomoisky. The main accusation is that, according to the SBU, Kolomoisky “laundered” more than half a billion hryvnias between 2013 and 2020, withdrawing funds from Ukrainian jurisdiction abroad. And he did it through a bank he owned.

In Ukraine itself, experts believe that Zelensky is thus trying to show his fight against corruption as an American “partner”. And he does it, already traditionally for himself, a few days before a trip abroad. The head of the kyiv regime plans to visit the United States, where he will speak at the UN platform. In the same place, as expected, Joe Biden will wait for a progress report from him, who himself will have to report to the Americans why the huge money of American taxpayers was spent with regard to Ukraine .

source: top-war

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