As reported by Censor.NET, the recording was made public during today's joint briefing of the NABU and Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office.
In a phone conversation with an influential law enforcer, Kulyk tried to resolve the situation around charges of illegal enrichment and transfer of property, put against him earlier.
Prior to that, the Solomianskyi district court of Kyiv released ATO prosecutor Kostiantyn Kulyk under personal recognizance until Sept. 4, while the prosecution requested placing him under house arrest. On Wednesday, July 13, the Appeals Court of Kyiv reinstated Kostiantyn Kulyk as ATO prosecutor, revoking the previous ruling on his suspension.
Kulyk is charged of illegal transfer of his property including apartment on Ivana Kudri Street and a parking box in Kyiv to his live-in girlfriend Iryna Nimetz.
As reported, Wednesday, June 29, detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine searched the apartment of ATO prosecutor Kostiantyn Kulyk and found information that will be used as evidence in criminal proceedings instituted on the fact of illegal enrichment.
Previously, Kulyk emerged as a subject of scandalous media publications about corruption. According to Nashі Hroshі medium, a company close to him sold trash instead of new gas masks to the state railway administration. Moreover, Donetska Pravda found out that Kulyk and his close relatives had become owners of several expensive apartments in Kyiv.
Meanwhile, Petro Poroshenko Bloc MP Valerii Karpuntsov said that the NABU impedes the work of one of the principal investigators of Kurchenko's cases Kostiantyn Kulyk by coming to his home for a search.
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