This was announced by Ukrenerho's director for communications and international cooperation Mykhailo Bno-Airiian on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"... Well, they are raiding our premises! Looks like the wave of fighting those who attempt changing the country and reform frozen state enterprises has reached us.
"They would not allow people to enter the office, and the strategic state enterprise has been paralyzed by the "all-seeing eye" of the Prosecutor General's Office. I will provide more details later," Bno-Airiian wrote.
"Yesterday, we told you of having saved about 6.7 billion hryvnia [$257.7 million - ed.] for the state, which otherwise would have just dissolved inside our huge company. This morning, Prosecutor General's Office is right here with searches. They must be looking for the proofs of our victory. Employees are kept our of offices, the situation is extremely tense. We will keep you informed," Ukrenerho press service reported.