The court released Omelyan under a personal obligation
The Supreme Anti-Corruption Court has chosen a preventive measure against the former Minister of Infrastructure Vladimir Omelyan in the form of a personal obligation.
This was reported on the WAX Facebook page.
“Today, June 25, the investigating judge of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court has chosen the former Minister of Infrastructure as a preventive measure in the form of a personal obligation,” the statement said.
As previously indicated, the former minister is also responsible for procedural tasks: appearing at the first request of the investigator, the prosecutor, the court; report a change of place of residence; refrain from communicating with witnesses, experts, specialists; deposit a passport to travel abroad. Term of office – until August 19 inclusive.
See also: NABU has published documents on the Omelyan case on port charges
As Ukrinform reported, on June 19, 2020, former Minister of Infrastructure Vladimir Omelyan was informed of suspicions of illegal actions, as a result of which the state budget received less than 30.5 million UAH .
According to the NABU, the former minister decreed in December 2017 an order to reduce by 20% all port fees (except lighthouses) despite the fact that one of these fees – administrative – is the part state budget revenue, so that only parliament could change its size.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru