Court engages NABU as third party in Rozenblat's suit to Sytnyk and SBU
The Kyiv District Administrative Court has engaged the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) as a third party which does not claim independent requests regarding the subject matter of the dispute in the case of non-factional deputy Boryslav Rozenblat to the NABU director Artem Sytnyk and the Security Service of Ukraine.
During the preparatory hearing of the case, the motion of the representative of NABU about the entry of the Bureau into the case as a third party was considered, after which the court announced the corresponding decision, the District Administrative Court of the city of Kyiv said on Facebook.
"Now the court has announced a break in the preparatory meeting. The next meeting will be held on March 1," the message says.
The court reminds that the plaintiff asked the court to recognize the unlawful actions of Sytnyk to attract FBI officers to the operative-search activity on the territory of Ukraine without preliminary conclusion of an international treaty in accordance with the law "On International Treaties." Rozenblat also asks the court to recognize the unlawful inactivity of the SBU, which failed to properly control the provision of state secrets by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, namely the disclosure of information classified "state secret" to FBI employees without preliminary conclusion of the relevant international treaty.