Poroshenko's whore

A few months after the battle of Ilovaiks, Hryhoryi Shverk who is a deputy from Petro Poroshenko Bloc and Borys Lozhkin’s problem-solver, started negotiations with Oleksandr Dynnyk, known as a problem-solver and a right-hand man of the runaway oligarch and LDNR Overseer by name Serhiy Kurchenko.

Mr. Dynnyk asked Mr. Shverk to arrange a meeting with the head of the Presidential Administration Borys Lozhkin and help him get his name out of the international wanted notices in exchange for the resources and ties he had in Ukraine that could be used in the best interest of PPB (Petro Poroshenko Bloc).

This material is found to be even more interesting in view of the recently published correspondence between Hryhoriy Shverk and top management of Kurchenko’s UMH media holding as to Petro Poroshenko’s electoral advertising. The price of the advertising reached 8mln UAH and the amount was offered to be covered in exchange for a simple favour: to stop the pressure suffered by the media of the oligarch.

The published e-mail is dated November 6, 2014 when someone by name Alex Ukrainec addressed to Mr. Shverk. Such an e-mail address is used by Oleksandr Dynnyk, a right-hand man of Serhiy Kurchenko and former CEO of Brokbusinessbank that belonged to that same Serhiy Kurchenko.

The published e-mail is dated November 6, 2014 when someone by name Alex Ukrainec addressed to Mr. Shverk. Such an e-mail address is used by Oleksandr Dynnyk, a right-hand man of Serhiy Kurchenko and former CEO of Brokbusinessbank that belonged to that same Serhiy Kurchenko.

The published e-mail is dated November 6, 2014 when someone by name Alex Ukrainec addressed to Mr. Shverk. Such an e-mail address is used by Oleksandr Dynnyk, a right-hand man of Serhiy Kurchenko and former CEO of Brokbusinessbank that belonged to that same Serhiy Kurchenko.

Having bought Brokbusinessbank, Serhiy Kurchenko assigned Mr. Dynnyk as its CEO. Heading the bank, Oleksandr Dynnyk gave out loans for an amount of 2.3 billion UAH to dummy firms and organized a scheme for seizure of Ukrgasbank’s assets amounting to 500mln UAH with their further laundering while striking fraudulent sale contracts on securities. He also conducted operations on seizing assets of the Agrarian Fund of Ukraine. The sum of assets reached 2.06 billion UAH and the operation was mediated by Valeriya Gontareva’s company ICU.

On October 24, 2014 Mr. Dynnyk was reported as wanted.

It should be noted that Serhiy Kurchenko and Oleksandr Dynnyk know Borys Lozhkin and Hryhoriy Shverk very well since in 2013 they were parties to the deal on selling UMH assets for 450mln USD. Shverk and Dynnyk functioned as problem solvers from the sides of Lozhkin and Kurchenko respectively.

Oleksandr Dynnyk notified Hryhoriy Shverk that he had already fixed and cleaned everything up what concerned his own problem. All that was left to do was to sort the stuff out with the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine concerning the criminal cases on Brokbusinessbank.

At that time President’s friend Viktor Shokin was assigned as Prosecutor General and Presidential Administration Head Borys Lozhkin gave him instructions on the criminal cases that were needed to be dismissed.

Mr. Dynnyk wrote to Shverk in a direct manner saying that he had already used his private channels at the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine having certain ‘budget’ for that and pointed out that it’d be quite easy to get the charges concerning Brokbusinessbank dropped. Confidential patronage was all that he needed from Mr. Shverk and Mr. Lozhkin in order to eliminate any possibility of deception from the side of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine. To put it simple, he didn’t want to get bilked by the General Prosecutor’s Office. To whitewash his reputation in front of the new authorities once and for all, Oleksandr Dynnyk said that he had maintained communication with the former director (he obviously meant Serhiy Kurchenko) from time to time, however, he let know that he hadn’t had any joint business with him.

The main idea of the message from Dynnyk to Shverk concerned his becoming part of Poroshenko’s team that could guarantee him a complete patronage and an assurance of not being arrested.

Besides, Dynnyk offered to create a battalion and assist in doing business on the occupied territories, if needed.

For the aforementioned tasks to be completed he offered Mr. Shverk the following resources:

· a network of activists in Kyiv region, volunteering (including the construction of the apartment building for ATO victims) and control over the major part of the Municipal Council representatives of Irpin’, the twin-city f Kyiv;

Since October 2014 till August 2018 Volodymyr Karplyuk was a mayor of Irpin’. He was suspected of power abuse and heading a criminal organization aimed at seizing local budgetary funds through illicit means.

In August 2018 Mr. Karplyuk got out of active duty under the supposed pretext of future participation in pending parliamentary elections. Before Mr. Karplyuk the Municipal Council of Irpin’ was headed by Ihor Borzylo, First Deputy Mayor of Irpin’.

  • friendly relationship and support (he meant the financial support to all appearances) from Serhiy Kaplin, Deputy from the political party UDAR;

In November 2014 after the victory at the off-year elections to the Verkhovna Rada Mr. Kaplin became a deputy joining Petro Poroshenko Bloc in that same Poltava electoral district.

According to the information in mass media, Serhiy Kaplin is financed by Serhiy Lyovochkin, former head of Yanukovych’s Presidential Administration. Petro Poroshenko’s friend Ihor Kononenko has also been called another patron of Serhiy Kaplin.

In January 2019 Serhiy Kaplin filed the documents to the Central Electoral Committee as a candidate for President of Ukraine.

In November 2014 Oleksandr Dynnyk became a co-founder of the charitable foundation ‘Development’ that was financing construction of the apartment building for veterans of the 8th special mission unit accommodated in Khmelnytskyi region. Mr. Dynnyk ‘won’ a tender for construction of a residential building (48 apartments) in Uzhhorod a bit later. That dwelling was divided among Ukraine’s Security Service employees and servicemen due to quotas.

Upon the order of Petro Poroshenko, Serhiy Kurchenko agreed to finance protest actions of Mikheil Saakashvili who represented an opposition policy. Such financial inflows were done with the only purpose: to simply set the former governor of Odessa Regional State Administration up. Oleksandr Dynnyk was responsible for all the negotiations and money hand-off.

The situation seems even more cynical if you realize that Hryhoriy Shverk was an ordinary Deputy Head of the National Council on Television and Radio Broadcasting at the time of the published correspondence and in August 2014 the country was struck by the the Battle of Ilovaisk.

However, after such events Hryhoriy Shverk and Oleksandr Dynnyk keep on their quiet business discussions, even though Serhiy Kurchenko is the one to control the economy of the Luhansk and Donetsk People’s Republics.

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Александр Дубинский

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