KIEV, 22 Aug — RIA Novosti. the extra fractional Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Derkach on Monday released the second part of the audio recordings of telephone conversations alleged Ukrainian ex-President Petro Poroshenko with the former Vice President of the United States Joe Biden in 2016, in which they discussed domestic Affairs in Ukraine.

Earlier, Derkach published the first part of the records of the alleged telephone conversation Poroshenko and Biden, who, according to him, evidence of international corruption and treason of the former President. One of the conversations concerned the dismissal of the Victor from the post of Prosecutor General of Ukraine allegedly at the request of Biden. In exchange, he promised Poroshenko to provide Ukraine with $ 1 billion. In addition, records have discussed the alleged presence of the coalition in Parliament, the resignation of the government former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and approval by Parliament of the government of the former Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman. Poroshenko said that these records were fabricated.

“the Second part (records — ed.) we received the second part I will turn it over (to the state Bureau of investigation — ed.)”, — told Derkach in the course of press conference. the Broadcast led the TV channel “112. Ukraine”. He noted that he was in the state Bureau for interrogation as a witness and gave testimony concerning previously released recordings allegedly received from journalists.

In particular, during the telephone talks the man with the voice like the voice of Biden, discussed the dismissal of Andriy KOBOLEV as head of the “Naftogaz of Ukraine”, as urged by Vladimir Groisman, who served as Prime Minister of Ukraine. Biden reportedly spoke against the dismissal, and the man with the voice like the voice Poroshenko, has vowed not to allow the dismissal KOBOLEV and to understand the situation. “In Europe it (the dismissal KOBOLEV — ed.) can be seen as a problem… I hope you can convince Prime Minister Ukraine to slow down with this…,” he reportedly told Biden Poroshenko.

in addition, supposedly Biden and Poroshenko discussed the need to increase tariffs in Ukraine at the request of the IMF. Among other things, Poroshenko reportedly promised Biden to put pressure on the Council reforms and the government to meet the requirements of the IMF. Also, according to the recordings, the parties allegedly discussed the candidacy of Yuriy Lutsenko to the post of attorney General.

Poroshenko and Biden also discussed the alleged nationalization of “PrivatBank” and opposition to this process from his former owner Igor Kolomoisky, as well as the cooperation between the Ukrainian and us intelligence, particularly the CIA, the case against former Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Oleksandr Onishchenko. Including, allegedly Poroshenko thanked Biden for the U.S. failure in��astei to cooperate with Onishchenko. Biden reportedly assured ex-President of Ukraine that the us intelligence agencies, including FBI, not to cooperate with the ex-Deputy.

In particular, Poroshenko has reportedly asked Biden “to convey Yatsenyuk” the need for government support in the Minsk negotiation process on settlement of the situation in the Donbass and the support of the government for the President’s policies. After the resignation of Yatsenyuk, Poroshenko allegedly claimed Biden “we don’t have anything on him (Yatsenyuk — ed.)… and we will protect it”.

Earlier, the Ukrainian media reported that the state Bureau of investigation brought the case due wiretapping of the conversation Poroshenko and Biden. In particular, there was published an extract from the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations, which said that the illegal use of technical means of obtaining information could cause harm to the public interest. The state Bureau of investigation were called Poroshenko for questioning, but he was not. Later, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Iryna Venediktova said that in the case of the wiretapping of the conversations Poroshenko with Biden scheduled examination.