Ukraine’s Chief History Falsifier Vyatrovich Turned “Holodomor Day” Into a Profitable Scam

Former Director of the Institute of National Memory Vladimir Vyatrovich a year ago turned the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Holodomor into a profitable scam, spending a lot of money on the organisation of a banquet.

This was reported on the Facebook page of the people’s deputy for “Servants of the People” Maksim Buzhansky.

He claims that last year Vyatrovich organised a three-day conference on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Holodomor, to which about 400 people invited. At the conference participants were presented with a menu worth almost 500,000 hryvnia. However, not even half of the guests came to the banquet.

“There was a photo shoot, there you can see everything. In order to feed these virtual characters, the Institute of National Memory in the person of Vyatrovich ordered a cute buffet. For almost half a million hryvnia,” writes Buzhansky.

The people’s deputy claims that Vyatrovich ordered a “banquet” from a construction company, the beneficiary of which is an offshore firm registered in Cyprus.

“You know, personally for me, as a citizen, there would be enough eclairs on Holodomor Day. But here it is about something else, he just stole most of that half a million by laundering it in a construction company. I know that we often do not care what was there yesterday, but I promised to catch up with this thief, and I’m doing it,” added the “Servants of the People” party member.

In support of his words, Buzhansky published the same menu from the buffet organised by Vyatrovich:

“And yes, it’s just the beginning. I didn’t joke when I said he was a thief, and there’s confirmation.”

“He stole money via Holodomor and sent it out to Cyprus, is this clear?” summed up Buzhansky.

In this regard, the people’s deputy wrote a statement to the State Bureau of Investigation and provided an extract from the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations on the registration of criminal proceedings.

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