This is stated in a deputy's claim to the Deputy Prosecutor General - Chief Military Prosecutor Anatolii Matios, Censor.NET reports.
According to the deputy, these persons' deeds contain signs of criminal offenses as a result of which the state may suffer a sufficient damage amounting to 15 to 23 million hryvnias.
According to him, in the process of mazut procurement the Defense Ministry barracks department in Chernihiv approved bids 35% higher than that of another party for similar goods produced by the same manufacturer.
"The total difference in amount between approved and rejected bids both meeting the requirements of tender documentation makes 8.5 million hryvnias," Vynnyk says.
Vynnyk asks Matios to react, enter the information on criminal offenses in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations and initiate a pre-trial investigation.