On suspicion of corruption, the Ukrainian Minister of Agriculture submits his resignation

On suspicion of corruption, the Ukrainian Minister of Agriculture submits his resignation

Mykola Solski is accused of seizing state-owned land before joining the government.

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Mykola Solsky, Ukrainian Minister of Agriculture, at the United Nations Headquarters in Washington (USA).  (John Minchillo/Siba)

And he believes it is “The right thing to do.” The published letter shows that the Ukrainian Minister of Agriculture, suspected of corruption, has tendered his resignation in Facebook By the Speaker of Parliament on Thursday, April 25. Mykola Solski is accused of seizing state-owned land before joining the government. Ukrainian parliamentarians must now decide on his resignation for it to succeed. If Parliament refuses, the 44-year-old stressed that he is ready to do so “Keep working”.

Several corruption cases have emerged in Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion in February 2022, especially within the army. They generally include officials holding positions of lesser importance than those held by Mykola Solski since March 2022.

Mykola Solski is suspected of seizing public land from a farm, the National Anti-Corruption Agency announced on Tuesday. “With a value of approximately 6.9 million euros” And it is 'I tried to seize other lands' With a value of approximately 4.5 million euros.

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