PGO in Kyiv region denies involvement in seizure of sugar from Agrarian Fund
The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) in Kyiv region has denies involvement in the seizure of assets of the Agrarian Fund state-run budget-funded institution. The authority said the company's officials are involved in the crime.
"Prosecutor General's Office in Kyiv region has never participated in unlawful schemes or transactions which are not in the state's interests," the press service of Prosecutor General's Office said on Tuesday.
The press service reported that Prosecutor General's Office in Kyiv region oversights the observation of legislation in the form of the procedural management in criminal cases with signs of crimes related to the gross embezzlement of assets (sugar). Sugar was stored at warehouses leased by the Agrarian Fund.
The Agricultural Policy and Food Ministry has filed documents with alleged evidences of violation of legislation by Agrarian Fund's officials.
Director of Agrarian Fund Oleh Lypovy said that Prosecutor General's Office in Kyiv region was earlier accused of involvement in the seizure of the company’s sugar stored at warehouses in Lutsk.