: Ukrainian prosecutors begin investigation into missing USD 2 million
Crime19:52 Mar. 17, 2016
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Ukrainian prosecutors begin investigation into missing USD 2 million

The missing money is part of a financial aid package sent by US and European partners

Ukraine's General Prosecutor's Office is investigating a missing USD 2 million from a budget allotted to reform the judiciary.

Ukrainian prosecutor Vladislav Kutsenko said the missing money was part of a financial aid package sent by US and European partners.

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Ukrainian MPs had been the first to bring the issue of the missing multimillion dollar fund to the attention of the general prosecutor's office.

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