Photo from UNIAN Ukrainian state-run railways operator JSC Ukrzaliznytsia has reported about a raid that is under way in its head office, conducted by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Prosecutor General&#39;s Office (PGO). Read alsoUkrzaliznytsia may raise ticket prices by 12% in April"Now personnel of the Prosecutor General&#39;s Office of Ukraine and the Security Service of Ukraine are carrying out investigative actions in the office of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia at 5 Tverska Street [in Kyiv] on previously opened criminal cases," according to the company&#39;s website. Ukrzaliznytsia noted that its management creates all the necessary conditions for the work of the law enforcement agencies and stresses its interest in eliminating any unlawful actions in the company&#39;s work. As UNIAN reported earlier, last autumn, the National Police conducted about 50 searches in six Ukrainian regions in the case related to misuse of office at Ukrzaliznytsia and criminal conspiracy to obtain corrupt income. In December 2017, the company Gaztrade, a member of the Trade Commodity group, won a tender for Ukrzaliznytsia to supply fuel worth UAH 652 million (US$25.1 million). The National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Specialized Anti-corruption Prosecutor&#39;s Office (SAPO) previously conducted a probe into Trade Commodity&#39;s abuses in state tenders. Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan repeatedly stated about possible abuses on the part of Ukrzaliznytsia during state procurements.