State Fiscal Service Chief, during the court hearing of his case at the Solomyansky District Court on March 6 in Kyiv.
The Transparency International Ukraine has called on the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) to initiate a pre-trial investigation to check if the suspended head of the State Taxation Service of Ukraine (STS), Roman Nasirov, concealed the fact that he had had British citizenship since 2012.
“Nasirov deliberately put false information in official documents and later used this ‘forged document’ to obtain access to state secrets. The actions of the SFS head display signs of a crime envisaged by part 1 of Article 366 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (official forgery that is deliberate entry into official documents of false information, other forgery of documents),” the Transparency International Ukraine reported on its website on Saturday.
The organization sent a relevant statement about the criminal offense to NABU Director Artem Sytnyk.