The suspect in the corruption of the Ukrainian Minister was allowed to travel abroad

© RIA Novosti / Stringreplace in fotomancer of infrastructure of Ukraine Vladimir Omelian. Archival photo<img src="/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2018/09/42929e61c6cd81b5e38eccf879d74330.jpg" alt="The suspect in the corruption of the Ukrainian Minister was allowed to travel abroad" />© RIA Novosti / Stringreplace the image Bank

Suspected of corruption, Minister of infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan received permission to travel abroad on a business trip, said Sunday his lawyer, Alexander lisak.

Earlier investigators of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) suspected Omelyana of illicit enrichment and Declaration of false data on property, as it is officially notified. The prosecution had asked that the election of a Minister of a measure of restraint in the form of a Deposit size of 5 million hryvnia (about 175 thousand dollars). A court in Kiev released Omelyana under the personal guarantee and ordered to report to the detectives NAB upon request, to notify them of the change of residence, to refrain from communicating with witnesses and to surrender passport and documents giving the right of travel abroad.

«The passport we passed. On Saturday got the permission to travel outside Ukraine… He (Omeljan — ed.) reported that his trip», — quotes the words Lisaca Agency UNN.

The lawyer also noted that the interrogation Omelyana in NABOO is scheduled for Wednesday.

According to investigators, the income Omelyana received from 2000 to 2018, when he was in the civil service, do not match the costs. In addition, the Minister, in the opinion of the investigators, brought in the income statement doubtful data on the two cars and the house where he lived with his family.

In 2017, the Bureau held at Omelyana searches. It launched the investigation under article «the Declaration of false information» and «illicit enrichment.» The Minister said he was willing to cooperate with law enforcement agencies, and believes that its Declaration no violations.

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