"As far as I know, the statement filed by the president will be considered at one of the upcoming meetings," Arkadii Sesemko, deputy head of the first department of the financial control and monitoring of lifestyle of NACP, told a briefing on Monday, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Urkaine.
The sessions of the NACP are scheduled for Aug. 17 and 18. The draft decisions are posted on NAPC website, but there is no draft regarding Poroshenko's statement there.
The NACP official also said that 15 complete assessments of income statements have been conducted on current ministers.
A total of 39 income statements have been assessed by the Agency out of 339 filed.
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