Censor.NET correspondent reports from the court room.
Martynenko has filed a motion against a restriction imposed upon him not to leave Kyiv and the Kyiv region without a permission and to give away his foreign travel documents.
Lawyer Petro Boiko said Switzerland, upon Martynenko's claim, has initiated a criminal case against the prosecutor who led his case.
The lawyer said his client has to travel to Switzerland for investigation activities.
No information about Martynenko being summoned for a questioning in Switzerland has been received.
The court was shown the letters from Swiss prosecutor's office and Martynenko's Swiss lawyer.
Martynenko told the jury that the National Anti-Corruption Bureau has set up the case in Switzerland. He asked the court to let him go to Switzerland to be able to protect himself.
Ex-MP Mykola Martynenko was apprehended by NABU agents on the evening of April 20. He faced charges of the purchase and sale of uranium concentrate through an Austrian intermediary firm.
On April 22, the Solomianskyi district court of Kyiv ordered that Martynenko be released on bail of Ukrainian parliamentarians.
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