Ex-president Petro Poroshenko was brought to interrogation to the National Bureau of Investigation on September 3. This information was confirmed to the journalists by the spokesman of the NBI Anzhelika Ivanova. At the same time, she refused to specify on what charges the ex-president was brought to interrogation.
This will be the third interrogation of Poroshenko. Recall, July 25, Poroshenko for the first came to the interrogation at the National Bureau of Investigation on the charge of sale of the Kuznitsa on Rybatsky plant. After the interrogation of the ex-president in the NBI, he was attacked.
On August 12, Poroshenko came to interrogation for the second time within criminal proceedings for possible tax evasion during the sale and purchase of the Priamyi TV channel. According to the head of NBI Roman Truba, the interrogation of Poroshenko lasted two hours. Truba also stated that the next interrogation might be conducted using a polygraph.
On August 13, the court granted permission for questioning the fifth president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko using the polygraph. Poroshenko’s lawyer called the idea of interrogating his client on a polygraph a “PR stunt”. The leader of the European Solidarity party himself stated that he was ready to be questioned on a polygraph in his interview on the Priamyi TV channel because the NBI is biased.