"A detective story about Korolevska's education acquires new details and documents," wrote the deputy on his Facebook page.
"Dal East Ukrainian National University stated that Korolevska studied there from 1993 to 1997. However, I have obtained documents that show that at that time she was a student at the Donbas Mining and Metallurgical Institute (later renamed the Higher School of Business - Institute of Economics and Management). Yes, she studied there from 1992 to 1995, but was expelled on October 20, 1995, not having started the course. In two years, on October 22, 1997 she was restored and a year and a half later on December 4, 1997 expelled for not paying for tuition. This is evidenced by reference card from Donbas Mining and Metallurgical Institute," wrote Moskal.
"Has any of you heard of these strange cases of studying - be a student of one establishment and try to get into the other, drop out of the first one in two years and two years later get reinstated again? By the way, the education (with multiple expulsions) in Donbas Mining and Metallurgical Institute is not mentioned in Korolevska's biography for some reason. Is it because of these strange circumstances that she needed to "lose" her diploma from Dal East Ukrainian National University? Mrs. Minister is obviously muddying up the waters regarding her education, but we will clear it up," promised the deputy.