MP Andrii Derkach has made public recordings of conversations with "voices similar to Poroshenko and Biden," which discuss Shokin’s resignation in exchange for $1 billion in US loan guarantees, external management of the Ukrainian government and tariff increase by 100% instead of 75%.
Records of conversations that took place at the end of 2015 and during 2016 by former President of Ukraine Poroshenko with former Vice President of the United States Biden and former United States Secretary of State Kerry were made public at today's press conference held by Derkach at Interfax-Ukraine agency. Former prosecutor Konstantin Kulik, who investigated the crimes of the Yanukovych regime, also took part in the event.
"$1 billion of US taxpayers' money. That's the price of saving Biden from prison. For the sake of $1 billion, Petro Oleksiyovych dismissed the Prosecutor General Shokin, who investigated the Burisma case and eventually went after Bidens," Derkach said.
"If a commission were created, it would be easier for us to investigate the facts of international corruption. If, after this press conference, Razumkov fails to put to the vote the issue of creating the commission, we will sue him. You can't hide corruption, especially when it's a massive corruption scheme involving Poroshenko and Biden. External governance of the country must be stopped," Derkach summed up.
Edited and not refuted by Biden or his campaign that it was inaccurate.— Griff Grizzly (@Ngneerd) June 20, 2020
"We didn't have any corruption charges, we don't have any information about him [Shokin] doing something wrong" -Poroshenko firing Shokin as Biden demanded or lose $1B in aid while Ukraine @ war w/ Russia pic.twitter.com/nOhM0aHNVs
Smaller clips of the conversations between Biden and then President of Ukraine Petro Poroschenko have been leaked via YouTube channel NABU Leaks. Listen below and visit the channel for more.