Ukraine Seeks India’s Help In Probing Deal To Supply An-32 Spares To IAF

The anti-corruption bureau of Ukraine has sought India’s assistance in probing a case against officials of an Ukrainian enterprise which was involved in a deal for procurement of spares for AN-32 military aircraft of Indian Air Force.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Lok Sabha that there were no allegations against officials of either the Defence Ministry or the IAF, adding the country has only sought India’s legal assistance to investigate officials of the Ukrainian entity.

“The Embassy of Ukraine in India has forwarded a request to government of India from National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine through Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine for legal assistance in investigation of a criminal case filed against officials of one of the State-owned enterprise of Ukrainian government,” Sitharaman said. Read More

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