The film crew of Ukrainska Pravda found that the deputy head of the President's Office, Oleh Tatarov, who is the informal curator of the entire law enforcement system, has been living for several years in an estate that does not belong to him and was purchased at a significantly reduced cost.

This is stated in the story of journalist Mykhailo Tkach with reference to the high-profile investigation of Bihus.info.

"On the evening of October 16 this year, the film crew of Ukrainska Pravda met two top officials in the government quarter: the deputy head of the President's Office, Oleh Tatarov, who is the informal curator of the entire law enforcement system, and the deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine, Dmytro Tyshlek," Mykhailo Tkach begins.

According to him, two officials entered the yard of one of the houses on Lypska Street and did not come out for three hours. The informal nature of the meeting between Tatarov and Tyshlek may indicate that not only the working issues related to the curator of the law enforcement system from the Office of the President and one of the heads of the National Police were discussed.

Ten days after this meeting, which Ukrainska Pravda witnessed, Bihus.info journalists published a high-profile investigation about the deputy head of the National Police, Tyshlek, his wife's Russian passport and his connections with criminals.

"Tyshlek may be associated with crime, as he lives in the house of businessman Vitaliy Nechyporenko. The latter is a co-owner of the company "Elit-Loto" together with the Russian crime boss nicknamed "Poluzver". And at the same time, according to journalists, Nechyporenko does not have official wealth to purchase such an expensive estate," the investigation says.

Ukrainska Pravda managed to establish that not only the estate where Tyshlek lives, but also the place of residence of Oleg Tatarov himself deserves special attention. Since the deputy head of the Office of the President also lives in an estate that does not belong to him.

Earlier, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko assured that the Deputy Head of the Office of the President Oleh Tatarov does not interfere in the work of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

TSN.ua also previously wrote that part of the assets of ex-politician Viktor Medvedchuk was recorded in the name of a person from the entourage of the deputy head of the President's Office, Oleh Tatarov.

"Not a single official in the Ministry of Internal Affairs was appointed at the request of Tatarov. Oleg Yurievich has never even addressed this issue," the minister said.

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