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Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s office sees no crime in President Poroshenko’s offshores

PGO of Ukraine said that it studied documents of President Petro Poroshenko's offshore property exposed in the Panama Papers and found no crime in them
Ukraine's Prosecutor General's office sees no crime in President Poroshenko's offshores

The Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office sees no crime in the ‘Panama documents’ of President Petro Poroshenko’s offshore property published in the media, Ukrainian Prosecutor General Vladyslav Kutsenko said, according to Interfax-Ukraine.

“The Prosecutor General’s Office sees no evidence of a crime in the information published by some media about Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko,” Kutsenko told Interfax-Ukraine on Monday.

He said the information “was studied by Prosecutor General’s Office experts, who found no crime in it.”