The staff of the National anti-corruption Bureau procuring tracksuits and shirts under the vests have Volodymyr Lytvyn, who takes on the case of Alexander Avakov for the purchase of backpacks in 2014-2015. This is evidenced by the public procurement Prozorro.
NABOO bought Litvin sports suits for a total amount of 170 thousand UAH 449 86 kopecks According to released information, the purchase took place, when Lytvyn has already passed in the “case of the backpacks”: the agreement signed April 10. The validity of the Treaty entered into force on 10 April 2017 and ends December 31, 2017.
In addition, the Bureau purchased from Litvin shirts under vests worth almost 340 thousand UAH, according to data Prozorro. NABU acquired 220 shirts for a total amount of 339 165,2 thousand UAH. Supply contract signed on 12 April. The validity of the contract from 12 April to 31 December 2017.
Kharkiv Volodymyr Lytvyn is the head of the it company Turboseo. According to media reports, his phone number was used by the company Dniprofan when purchasing backpacks for 2014-2015, Ukrainian Pravda wrote.
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October 31 NABOO raided in the investigation of the case of the “backpacks Avakov”. Backpacks MVD has purchased in late 2014 – early 2015 for the needs of nazvanii.
After the searches were detained the son of interior Minister Alexander Avakov and former Deputy interior Minister Sergei Chebotar. Later it became known about the third detainee. Tentatively, we are talking about Vladimir Litvin, who was previously associated with the manufacturer of the controversial backpacks.
On 1 November it was reported that SAP will petition for the arrest of all three defendants in the “case of the backpacks Avakov” with the possibility of bail, the total amount of which will amount to UAH 14 million.
On the same day, the Solomensky court of Kiev decided to release on personal recognizance without bail Alexander Avakov.
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