According to the minister, he learned this from the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, Censor.NET reports citing zn.ua.
"What I know from the NABU... there is a criminal case against me," he said at a meeting of the parliamentary committee on economic policy on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
According to Pyvovarskyi, the case was opened upon a recommendation of MP Denysenko.
It was only at the meeting that the minister learned there were three deputies in the parliament with the said surname: non-affiliated deputies Andrii and Anatolii Denysenko, as well as Poroshenko Bloc MP Vadym Denysenko.
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