"Since Yura Enakiyevsky a little that changed for the better", - Saakashvili about corruption at the Odessa customs

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The head of the Odessa RSA Mikheil Saakashvili declared that the deputy chief of the Head investigative department Dmitri Booth who is earlier convicted of corruption schemes continues to interfere with affairs of the Odessa customs.

About it he wrote on the page on the social network Facebook.

«The high-ranking investigator Booth continues to interfere with customs even after at a meeting of heads of RSA the President transferred his former corruption letters for consideration to prosecutor's office. That occurs today is one of many examples of how works, or rather doesn't work and the customs, an example of bureaucratic callousness, a combination of laziness and corruption which outweighs in DFS so far is broken. Unfortunately, it should be noted that since Yury Enakiyevsky changed for the better at customs» a little, - Saakashvili declared.

We will remind, before Saakashvili I declared intention in 100 days to construct new terminals and completely to block smuggling at customs.

We will remind that the staff of the Main investigative Department of MIA of Ukraine "strengthened" by fighters of special forces "Nikolaev" ("Saint Nikolay") at night stormed office of the Odessa company  «RedHead Family Corporation» (network of supermarkets of children's goods «Antoshka» ,  trading in children's toys) and office honourable consul of Slovenia, owner of "Antoshka" Vladislav Burda.

Also earlier it was reported that  дolzhnostny persons of group of companies artificially underestimated  the customs cost of the imported goods at their registration, and also allowed some other violations. During a search law enforcement authorities found the documents testifying to offenses, and also not credited more than two million hryvnias and means in envelopes for employees.

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