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 Coming weeks may see first charges in Odesa port plant case, - Deputy Prosecutor General Sakvarelidze

Over the next few weeks, primary suspicions and charges in Odesa port plant case may appear.

As reported by Censor.NET, Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Odesa region prosecutor Davit Sakvarelidze said in an interview with 5 Channel on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

"The next few weeks will be crucial as there will be primary facts and probably specific legal decisions, suspicions and perhaps charges," he said.

In addition, Sakvarelidze said that during a search at Odesa port plant, law enforcers seized important documents which might point at certain ties with officials in the Cabinet of Ministers: "We conducted a search of the enterprise and seized very important documents which can unveil certain ties, including at the Cabinet... The investigation is in its very active phase, and we are interested in quick first results which will be made public."

As reported, the Odesa prosecutor's office is investigating into corruption schemes at Odesa port plant worth more than UAH 4 bln (about $174.57 mln).

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