Spokesperson for prosecutor general Larysa Sarhan told Ukrainska Pravda, Censor.NET reports.
"We have conducted a search and seizure operation at Kateryna Sikorska's home," Sarhan said.
She disclosed no details but noted that all the information would eventually be available on the PGO's website.
Prosecutor General Lutsenko said "agent Kateryna" was involved in the "amber case" of MPs Rosenblat and Poliakov. She later advised another NABU detective Serhii Titenkov aka Boiarskyi who tried to bribe State Migration Service First Deputy Chairwoman Dina Pimakhova. However, Lutsenko said that the same legal planes cannot be applied to these two bribery cases since in Rosenblat-Poliakov case 'agent Kateryna' asked the MPs to perform lawful actions and they extorted a bribe, whereas agent Titenkov asked Pimakhova to commit unlawful actions. The prosecutor general identified the first instance as 'corruption' and the second one as 'entrapment.'
On Nov. 29, the press office of the State Migration Service reported detention of the NABU member - the son of the former member of the Party of Regions Yurii Boiarskyi - while trying to bribe First Deputy Head of the State Migration Service of Ukraine Dina Pimakhova. NABU later said that the PGO and SBU unlawfully intervened in the undercover operation. The SBU conducted a search and seizure operation in the NABU on the same day.
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