“I believe I might be the first top office official in Ukraine who treats declaring of assets, paying taxes and conflict of interest issues profoundly and seriously, in full compliance with the Ukrainian and international private law,” he said.
“Having become a President, I am not participating in management of my assets, having delegated this responsibility to the respective consulting and law firms,” said Poroshenko.
“I expect that they will provide all necessary details to the Ukrainian and international media,” he said.
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