And the name came up with an impressive name - "European Wall". This shaft for several billion hryvnias was supposed to be "the protection of Europe from the Russians tanks". There were several rows of barriers, ditches, parapets, observation towers, video surveillance systems, infrastructure for alarming groups, etc. As a result, the wire fence stands in several border areas, ditches in the spring and autumn with water, metal poles have long been cut down by local residents for delivery to the reception points of ferrous metal.
NABU stated that they calculated the amount of corruption damage caused to the treasury during the construction of the Wall. It turned out some 16,7 million hryvnia. This amount is surprising for the simple reason that it initially featured hundreds of millions of hryvnia wastes and so-called kickbacks. Apparently, kickbacks did not pass by the NABU, and therefore the total amount was understated as much as possible.
If the NABU investigation had been delayed for another couple of months, then in the end it might well have turned out that Ukrainians also owed Yatsenyuk and his entourage, who jointly were engaged in "implementing the project."
By the way, it should be added that the State Border Service of Ukraine has recently announced that the “Wall” project is not withdrawn from implementation. And it continues to translate into reality on "separate parts of the border."
NAPU is going to initiate cases against whom, if at all, it has no right to do so. There are only articles on which cases may be initiated. One of them is the "Assignment, embezzlement of property or taking possession of it by abuse of official position."
As is known, Yatsenyuk has not lived in Ukraine for a long time, but occasionally he visits a country that "protects Europe from Russian aggression". Been at Easter.