Ukrainian gas chief meets with prosecutors probing Giuliani
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal prosecutors have interviewed the head of Ukraine’s state-owned gas company as part of an investigation into the business dealings of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two of Giuliani’s business associates.
Andriy Kobolyev met voluntarily with representatives of the Justice Department, according lawyer Lanny Breuer, who represents the chief executive officer of Naftogaz, Ukraine’s biggest natural gas provider.
Oddly enough, Rudy decided to travel to Kiev on Wednesday. Weird!
SCOOP: RUDY GIULIANI met Tuesday in Budapest with the fired Ukrainian prosecutor YURIY LUTSENKO, who pushed claims about the BIDENS, & Ukrainian involvement in '16.— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) December 4, 2019
Giuliani is in Kyiv right now trying to meet with other fired prosecutors, SHOKIN & KULYK. https://t.co/TOxjalxULo
Budapest (DNN) Rudy Giuliani met with fired Ukrainian prosecutor Yury Lutsenko Tuesday and is visiting Kyiv, Ukraine, arranging meetings with (2) other fired prosecutors, Shokin and Kulyk. They are accused of corruption, Kremlin ties and the creation of fraudulent dossiers. pic.twitter.com/uzvrAYAFQc— DNN World News (@DNNWorldNews) December 5, 2019
"Giuliani has alleged that Biden, WHILE STILL IN OFFCE in 2016, pushed for the firing of Ukraine's top prosecutor to end an investigation into Ukrainian energy company Burisma, where Biden's son Hunter WAS A BOARD MEMBER. Biden has... https://t.co/JYqcZB5uie— Don Anson (@PastorDonDD) December 5, 2019