The lawyer and former MP Martynenko has confirmed the fact of delivery of the suspect

Lawyer Igor Cherezov confirmed that ex-people’s Deputy Nikolay Martynenko Wednesday, December 20, was handed a final suspicion.

About it writes “Ukrainian truth”.

“Actually, today we really were together with Martynenko N. V. and Boyko, P. A. lawyer in NABOO, and not SAP, and detective NABS we were handed the text of suspicions,” he said.

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According to the lawyer, no sensation in this.

“Just had United two criminal cases, the first to Martynenko N. In. it was declared suspicion 20 April 2017, and the second on which the suspicion was presented in October 2017,” – said Ivan.

He stated that it was “a routine procedural action.”

“In the near future will be announced the end of the investigation, after perusal by Mykola Martynenko, the case will be transferred in court for consideration in essence. All charges against Martynenko will fall apart in any court for lack of evidence,” said Cherezov.

Earlier it was reported that a Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office presented to the former people’s Deputy Mykola Martynenko, who was suspected of misappropriation of property of the state enterprise “NAEK “Energoatom”, the updated final suspicion. On April 20, 2017 as part of an investigation of the episode with damage to SE “VostGOK” in the amount of 17.28 million. detectives NABOO and prosecutors SAP reported about suspicion to the former MP, former head of the parliamentary Committee on energy Mykola Martynenko.

In April and may 2017 of suspicion in this case was also notified of the current leaders of the NJSC “Naftogaz of Ukraine”, JSC “United mining and chemical company”, SE “Eastern mining and processing plant” and the State concern “Nuclear Fuel”.

In early December, Martynenko, a suspect in the misappropriation of property of the state enterprise “NAEK “Energoatom” decided to return the passport.

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