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Kyiv’s Solomyansky Court on April 21 started considering the issuance of an arrest warrant for ex-People’s Front party lawmaker Mykola Martynenko, a top ally of former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

The bureau on April 20 arrested Martynenko and charged him with organized crime and embezzling $17 million during uranium ore sales to the state-owned Eastern Ore Dressing Plant.

The Ukrainska Pravda online newspaper reported in 2015 that Austria’s Steuermann Investitions, which is allegedly controlled by Martynenko, was selling Kazakh uranium ore at a huge profit to the Eastern Ore Dressing Plant, which sells uranium to Ukraine’s state nuclear power monopoly Energoatom.

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