Censor.NET reports citing the statement of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) regarding substantial changes made in the Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations.
Poroshenko's e-declaration filed Oct. 30, 2016 included $26.3 million, 14,400 euros, and 540,500 hryvnia ($20,800) in accounts of the International Investment Bank. He also declared 900,000 hryvnia and $60,000 in cash.
Poroshenko declared ownership of 104 companies, some of which are registered in Russia, Spain, the Netherlands, Hungary, Lithuania, China, Poland, Cyprus, and the British Virgin Islands.
Poroshenko declared he loaned $3.9 million and 1.1 million hryvnia to other persons, earned 984,000 hryvnia in investments and 12.4 million hryvnia as interest.
He owns a 1,331-square meter house in Kozyn, larger Kyiv area, which cost 30 million hryvnia when purchased. Poroshenko also declared five land plots in Kozyn and Kyiv of total worth over 45 million hryvnia, two apartments in Kyiv, and one in Vinnytsia.
Also included in his declaration are a set of paintings by Ukrainian and Russian artists of 19th and 20th centuries (65 items), a collection of old paintings (15 items), a collection of modern paintings (four items), a collection of sculptures of the 19th and 20th century (six items), and a sculpture by Guglielmo Pugi.
As reported, the first stage of filing 2015 income statements to the Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations was completed Oct. 30. 118,173 persons submitted their income statements to the Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations before the deadline.
The persons authorized to perform functions of central or local authorities were to declare movable property worth more than 100 times the standard minimum wage established as at Jan. 1 of the current financial year.
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