Poroshenko was allowed not to penalize affected by the virus of taxpayers

Порошенко разрешил не штрафовать пострадавших от вируса налогоплательщиков

Global hacker attack on June 27 struck IT systems of companies from various countries

The President approved the law on exemption from fines for late submission of tax invoice affected by cyber attacks.

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has approved the exemption from fines taxpayers who filed late tax bills from the victims of cyber attacks. This is evidenced by the pages of the bill on the Parliament portal.

The document comes into force upon its publication in the official newspaper of the Verkhovna Rada, the Holos Ukrainy.

Bill No. 6684 “On amendments to subsection 10 of section XX of the Tax code of Ukraine (concerning the non-application of penalties for late registration tax and excise invoices due to unauthorized intervention in work of computer networks taxpayers),” was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on 13 July 2017.

Recall that the global hacker attack virus-the extortioner Petya 27 Jun struck IT systems of companies from various countries, mostly affecting the Ukraine. The attack targeted the computers of the oil, banking, energy, telecommunications, pharmaceutical companies, the websites of government agencies. 1 July, the SBU said that it had established the involvement of Russian security services to attack the virus. Later the President Petro Poroshenko also accused Russia Cibitoke.

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