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Rada finishes the work of the investigative commission on weapon supplies to Georgia2008-12-19 17:11
Today Vekhovna Rada listened to the report of the temporary investigative commission, decided not to prolong the work of the commission to June 2009, as it was expected.gt-en-newsitem-inside
282 MPs out of 437 registered voted pro cessation of the commission work. The Parliament decided to consider the report and hand it to the president of the Ukraine and the PM, Interfax informs.
Besides, Verkhovna Rada offered to pass the materials of the investigation to the General Prosecutor's Office for proper response.
Let us remind that hearing of the temporary investigative commission on Ukrainian weapon supplies to Georgia report took place at today's parliamentary meeting.
According to Valeriy Konovalyuk, the chairman of the commission, in recent four years Ukraine exported weapons abroad at total sum of 2.5 bln dollars.
But only 200 mln dollars came to the budget. Konovalyuk presented the report of his commission that managed to find out that money for weapon supplies were actually laundered by various structures, short-lived companies founded by Ukrspecexport.
According to the commission chairman, the conclusions of the investigation of Ukrainian weapon supplies to Georgia gives ground for impeachment procedure.