President Andrei Ermak said on Thursday (January 28) that Ukraine would do everything in its power to bring in judicial forces from within and abroad in an attempt to undermine relations between Ukraine and the United States.
“The State Investigation Office has opened a criminal case,” Ermak said in an interview with Ukrainian media. Posted on site President. “The investigation is ongoing and we are waiting for its results. The investigation has to answer many questions,” said the head of the presidential office in Kiev.
The U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on several Ukrainian individuals and companies on January 11, accusing them of interfering in the US election campaign, associating with pro-Russian Ukrainian parliamentarians and collaborating with former presidents’ allies at the time. Compromising information about Joe Biden and his son to find Donald Trump.
The former U.S. president’s request was addressed to President Gelensky during a telephone conversation in July 2019, when the House of Representatives accused Donald Trump of two charges. Trump was eventually acquitted by the Senate in early 2020, but the case affected his administration’s relationship with Kiev.
In whomSanctions were imposed Oleksandr Dupinsky of President Zhelensky’s “People’s Employees” Party. Dupinsky refused to interfere in the US election. The party may vote to oust the deputy from its parliamentary faction.
President Joe Biden, who oversaw US policy on Ukraine from 2009 to 2017, has not spoken to Zhelensky since taking office on January 20.