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 Moldovan businessman nabbed giving prosecutor $75,000 in bribe, - Lutsenko. PHOTO

Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko has announced the work of the PGO's General Inspectorate started with the detention of a Moldovan businessman who tried to bribe a prosecutor.

Censor.NET reports citing Lutsenko's Facebook page.

Sergey Nerukh, a citizen of the Republic of Moldova and the founder of NTA Invest Group S.R.O., offered military prosecutor Yakubovskyi a bribe in the amount of $75,000, Lutsenko wrote.

According to him, the foreigner asked Yakubovskyi to use his official position for instituting proceedings to lift the arrest of vessel "Sky Moon" and the shipped cargo - 3,000 tons of soda produced by Crimean soda plant.

After receiving a permission of the Kyiv Court of Appeal for a covert investigation, the prosecutor decided to exercise control over the commission of the offense.

At 10 a.m., Dec. 29, in one of the Kyiv cafes, Nerukh gave the prosecutor an undue profit in the amount of $75,000 for the removal of the arrest of the said vessel and cargo.

"Nerukh was detained immediately after the commission of the crime by a PGO investigator," Lutsenko said.

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