She announced it upon arriving at her father's interview with journalists of Censor.NET.
During the hearing on a preventive measure against Martynenko, National Anti-Corruption Bureau detectives claimed a part of funds allegedly received in illegal manner were spent on the needs of the ex-MP's daughter in London.
"I was shocked at the accusations by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau. My name was mentioned. I arrived from London, where I work and live, to back my father.
"I want to publicly address NABU and SAP (Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office): if you have any questions for me, I I'm ready to come and explain everything. But don't use my name in this dirty PR war against my father. The payment in my favor that NABU mentions was intended to cover my accommodation costs in London. I experienced financial difficulties at that moment, but I don't view it as a crime when someone lends me money for my apartment rent. I return all my debts, and this is my personal business," Hanna Martynenko said.
According to her, she lives in London and works for a consulting company, which she refused to name.
"Once again I say it to NABU: I am ready to come and speak on all points where my name appears. But don't you irresponsibly and unreasonably mention my name. This is a wrong manner in a civilized world," Hanna added.
Ex-MP Mykola Martynenko was apprehended by NABU agents on the evening of April 20. He is faced with charges of the purchase and sale of uranium concentrate through an Austrian intermediary firm.
On April 22, the Solomianskyi district court of Kyiv ordered that Martynenko be released on bail of Ukrainian parliamentarians.
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