Supreme Anti-Corruption Court awarded to 5 years in prison Yevhen Dykhne, who in 2014-2017 headed the Boryspil airport. NABU proved that he leased the airport space at a reduced price. The understatement amounted to about UAH 16 million, they write Our money.
The premises were rented out under the scheme of “preliminary deals”. According to the law, this should be done at the classical open competitions of the State Property Fund. But “Borispol” itself, without any tenders, entered into so-called preliminary agreements with independently selected firms at a price thought up by itself. SAP detectives and prosecutors finally proved that these prices were unprofitable for the state.
Dykhne has a chance to challenge the decision of the court of first instance in an appeal.
Details of the verdict have not yet been released. It is not known which firms became the beneficiaries of discounts from Boryspil, and with what arguments the prosecution substantiated its position.
It is known that monopoly For many years, a group of businessmen have been holding retail outlets in Boryspil, including Arthur Grants (the current owner of Forbes Ukraine), Andriy Ivanchuk (part of the group of one of the leaders of the Popular Front, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, now close to Prime Minister Denys Shmygal ).
Also according to the schemepreliminary contract» Dykhne leased the largest and most profitable warehouse of Boryspil, import warehouse No. 2. This train brought in more than UAH 10 million a year. And the new founder of the tenant LLC “Airport Kyiv Cargo” was an Odessa woman associated with Orest Firmanyuk suspected of smuggling. This caused a scandal and the Ministry of Infrastructure secured the termination of the contract.
In addition, Boryspil has been the anchor airport for the Kolomoisky group for many years. Firms associated with the oligarch held a monopoly on handling services (handling cargo and luggage, servicing aircraft, etc.). Personally Yevgeny Dykhne in 2014 issued an order, to whom the airport refused to earn money from the state airport for servicing passengers and aircraft and sent letters to airlines, offering them to serve their passengers with the help of Interavia (directly owned by Kolomoisky’s UIA) and Aerohenzang, the manager of AeroSvit Kolomoisky). And after the resignation from Boryspil, Yevgeny Dykhne went to work at MAU, whose earnings he indulged.
Yuri Nikolov, translation Skeleton.Info
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