Accounts of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in the Bank owned by the Governor of Dnipropetrovsk oblast Igor Kolomoisky, was blocked, Ukrainian media.
according to official information the Bank has experienced a technical failure, but by a strange coincidence, it happened immediately after Kolomoisky received a reprimand from Poroshenko, the Ukrnews24. According to various estimates, accounts Poroshenko in the Bank Kolomoisky can lie about 50 million US dollars. Kolomoisky is the owner of " PrivatBank ". The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced the Governor of Dnipropetrovsk oblast, businessman Ihor Kolomoisky reprimand for violation of professional ethics ". The reason was swearing Kolomoisky addressed to correspondents. Before that Kolomoisky said the agreements reached With the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and the Prime Minister on the issue of " Ukrtransnafta ". on 19 March, Parliament adopted amendments in the law on joint stock companies, which deprived Kolomoisky observations of " Ukrnafta ". Thursday from duty was suspended the head of the Board of "Ukrtransnafta" Oleksandr Lazorko, who was a protege of Kolomoisky. Then in the office of the organization broke Kolomoisky accompanied by armed men. Kolomoisky said Yuri Miroshnik, March 19, assigned at the time the acting head of the Board of " Ukrtransnafta ", " appointed Himself ". The Governor has been accused of hijacking the enterprise " Russian spies under the guise of Poroshenko. With Kolomoisky indoors met the Minister of energy of Ukraine Volodymyr Demchyshyn. At the meeting, as stated, Kolomoisky said he did not believe in the authenticity of documents concerning the dismissal Lazorko, and came into the office to study. Later the interior Minister Arsen Avakov said that the conflict "managers and deputies" in the office building "Ukrtransnafta" exhausted. Kolomoyskiy, without mincing words, told why he arrived that night With armed men in the house "Ukrtransnafta" and also expressed towards the opponents and a small Ukrainian media.