In the Donetsk medical University took bribes of cars.

В Донецком медуниверситете брали взятки автомобилями – СБУ

Cars seized

For non-interference in the reception of foreign students, one of the leaders of the University had received two BMW.

Employees of the security Service of Ukraine exposed of receiving bribes officials of the Donetsk national medical University. About it reports a press-service SBU on Wednesday, February 7.

“Security officers found that officials systematically demanded illegal benefit from representatives of commercial structures specializing in the recruitment and subsequent clearance of foreign students in Ukrainian universities. In case of refusal, the attackers threatened to create artificial obstacles to registration of foreign students in medical University”, – is spoken in the message.

So, investigators have documented the receipt of one of the leaders of the University from the representative of commercial structure of the two luxury cars, a BMW worth more than 100 thousand dollars for non-interference in the admission of students.

During searches in Kramatorsk and Kropiwnicki, where the branches of the University, law enforcement officers found illegal official vehicles, which has already seized.

The rector of the Donetsk medical University is declared suspicion on charges of accepting bribes (part 4 of article 368 UK of Ukraine), the representative of the company – the offer of a bribe (part 1 of article 369 of the criminal code of Ukraine).

“Investigations are continuing to identify and bring to justice all persons involved in the illegal mechanism”, – noted in SBU.

Earlier in Kiev on a bribe in $34 thousand detained the chief of regional Department of the police. A police official demanded a bribe from the businessman for the proper organization of the application for stealing money.

It was also reported that during the first month of 2019 in Ukraine detained 800 bribes. Such data was sounded by the Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko.

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