NABU is raiding Ukrnafta offices in Kyiv


The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) is raiding Kyiv offices of Ukrnafta PJSC.

This was announced by the company press office on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.

"At the moment, Kyiv office of Ukrnafta PJSC is searched by NABU detectives. The search is conducted under the ruling of the Solomianskyi court within pretrial investigation that has been conducted since November 2015. We cooperate with the investigation and provide all documents they are requesting," the press office said.

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Ukrnafta is the largest public oil and gas company of Ukraine. Its share of Ukraine's oil production is 70 percent, of gas production - 11 percent. It is also one of the largest players at the retail market of oil in Ukraine, owning more than 560 gas stations across the country. 50 percent + 1 share of Ukrnafta belong to Naftohaz Ukrainy. Interests of minority shareholders are represented by Ihor Kolomoiskyi. The board of directors of Ukrnafta includes Andrii Koboliev, Serhii Pereloma, Serhii Konovets, Petro Stoliar, Yaroslav Tekliuk, Polina Zahnitko, Ihor Kolomoiskyi, Hennadii Boholiubov, Mykhailo Kiperman, Ihor Palytsia, Uriel Tzvi Laber.

From March to October 2015, the executives of a number of companies, acting by prior conspiracy with officials of Ukrnafta PJSC, seized the property of the said PJSC (50 percent + one share of Ukrnafta is owned by Naftohaz Ukrainy oil and gas company) on a large scale.
Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/n449270