The President of the Ukrainian football club Inhulets Oleksandr Povoroznyuk has been added to the state enemy list of the Myrotvorets Center, its website reported on Jan. 2.
In the profile, Povoroznyuk is described as a "looter and thief." The organization notes that he has at least three convictions, one of which is for theft of state property.
"Conscious actions aimed at robbing Ukraine,” the page on Povoroznyuk reads.
“He sincerely confessed that he had been looting the state for a long time, boasting that he had earned his fortune in this way.”
Earlier, NV reported that Ukrainian businessman and president of Poltava VorsklaKostyantyn Zhevaho had been detained at the ski resort of Courchevel in France.
According to its own website, the Myrotvorets Center “is an independent, non-governmental organization established by a group of researchers, lawyers, journalists, teachers, military men and experts investigating of the crimes against the national security of Ukraine, peace, humanity and international law.”
“The center is not funded by any state or non-governmental organization, nor does it belong to any governmental structure,” the note on the center’s website reads.