SBU demanded to open a criminal case on Poroshenko of treason

The security service of Ukraine has asked to open a criminal case of treason against the President of Petro Poroshenko and the top managers of his company Roshen. SBU asked the former Deputy Prosecutor General Renat Kuzmin.


On his page on Facebook he accused Poroshenko that he “makes a deliberate action to the detriment of Ukraine”. In his opinion, sells Roshen products in Crimea, while Poroshenko rants about “war with Russia”. While the confectionery factory in Lipetsk region, said Kuzmin, transferred to the Russian budget of about 600 million rubles for 2016.


Kuzmin demanded that the head of SBU Vasily Gritsak to register a criminal case on the fact of high treason, to suppress the activities of Roshen in Russia and to prosecute Poroshenko and the leadership of the company.


“And last, failure to comply with these requirements will be regarded as deliberate concealment on account of a serious crime by non-registration, for what You are, General Hrytsak, and will bear criminal responsibility,” wrote Kuzmin.


The Corporation Roshen includes factories located in different countries, including Russia, Hungary and Lithuania. Putting forward his candidacy for President, Poroshenko promised that if you win sell the company’s assets. This still has not happened.

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