“I wanted to make Sytnyk President of Ukraine”, Lutsenko complained Giuliani on Jovanovic – media

«Хотела сделать Сытника президентом Украины»: Луценко жаловался Джулиани на Йованович - СМИ

© Facebook, Yuriy Lutsenko , Ex-Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko has complained to the lawyer of the President of the USA Rudy Giuliani that the former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch spends a lot of money on public relations of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and wants to make him the head of Artem Sytnik President of Ukraine. This is evidenced by the documents published by the American Oversight November 24.
Friday, November 22, the U.S. state Department issued nearly 100 pages of documents relating to U.S. relations with Ukraine. Among these documents there is a letter from six former us ambassadors in Ukraine in the state Department, which expressed concern about the attacks on Jovanovic.

The document notes that during a meeting with Giuliani in new York Lutsenko claimed that Jovanovic spends too much money on a publicity campaign to NAB and wants to make her Director Sytnyk next Ukrainian President.

In addition, the ex-attorney General expressed its displeasure at the leadership’s new anti-corruption bodies, their unwieldy and ineffectual, and also talked about the conflict between Sytnyk and head of the Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office (SAP) Nazar Holodnenkim.

Moreover, according to Lutsenko, Sytnik allegedly said he supports the presidential campaign of former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton.

Jovanovic was withdrawn from Kiev in may this year — two months earlier than planned. At a hearing in the House of representatives she stated that the President of the United States Donald trump himself has reportedly demanded that the state Department fired her and turned against her whole campaign.

In early March Lutsenko in an interview said that during the first meeting after the appointment with Jovanovic, she allegedly handed him the list of persons against the conduct of the investigation. In the state Department, his words are called false.

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