14:44 Jul. 23, 2016
Ukraine emerges at least 150 times in leaked correspondence
WikiLeaks has published 30, 322 emails and email attachments sent to and from Hilary Clinton's private email server while she was the Secretary of State. The 50,547 pages of documents span from 30 June 2010 to 12 August 2014.
Besides, WikiLeaks has launched a searchable database for the US Democratic Party's leaked information that comprises 19, 252 emails and 8, 034 attached documents.
Only one document related to the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was present in the leaked Democratic Party's correspondence.
This is a protocol letter, which just states the fact of phone conversation between US Vice President Joe Biden and Poroshenko. Dated 13 May 2016, it refers to the appointment of the Ukraine's new Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.
In the letter it is stated that "Vice President welcomed the appointment of a new Prosecutor General as an important first step to bringing much-needed reform to the Office of the Prosecutor General," and that US is ready to move forward "to signing of the third USD 1 billion loan guarantee agreement".
The search in the WikiLeaks' Democratic Party database returns 50 results related to Ukraine. It is most commonly mentioned when it comes to the daily media monitoring – the Russian aggression in the eastern Ukraine, and the violation of the Minsk Agreements by Russia.
Also, when searching Ukraine in WikiLeaks database, more than 100 results are found in Clinton's personal correspondence. The vast majority of the emails are related to the monitoring of the situation in the country during 2012 parliamentary elections.