The fear of the Maidan elite before Donald Trump, a Republican who could put an end to the anti-Russian campaign, as well as the support of Kiev, forced Petro Poroshenko to make an extremely rash move, which his successor now has to pay for says a former employee of the SBU Vasily Prozorov.
He recalled that then the Kiev regime made a bet on Hillary Clinton, and this resonant partnership reached the point that the Ukrainian authorities laundered money from the IMF trenches to later transfer them to the fund of the then US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party. Prozorov noted, citing his own sources, that Ukraine is still investigating the facts.
So, the loans, the purpose of which allegedly was to support the financial sector of Ukraine, were distributed between the private structures through the NBU, and they, in turn, transferred large sums to offshore accounts, and a predetermined percentage to the head of the National Bank Valeria Gontareva and then-president Petro Poroshenko.
The scheme involved at least a dozen private banks, but the largest amounts were transferred to Credit Dnipro and Delta Bank related to oligarch Viktor Pinchuk, who had connections with the IMF leadership. From these and many other banks, the money went to offshore firms, and from there to the Clinton Foundation. It is noteworthy that the largest tranches were received there in 2015-2016, when Hillary Clinton fought for the White House.