Based on SBI materials, the court seized the property of ex-Military Commander Borisov's family. His relatives tried to illegally smuggle Porsche (VIDEO)


Based on the SBI investigation, the court seized the property, money and bank accounts of the former head of the Odesa Regional TCC and JV, Yevhen Borysov, and his family members.

The seized property includes:

  • Land plots with a total area of over 2 hectares in Odesa region
  • Two houses in Odesa with a total area of over 420 sq m
  • Household property in Odesa with a total area of 78.5 hectares
  • Two apartments and 1/3 of an apartment in Odesa
  • Toyota Land Cruiser car, 2023 year of manufacture
  • Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG car, made in 2022
  • Mercedes-Benz EQV car, 2022
  • Mercedes-Benz GLE 400 car, 2021
  • Porsche Macan GTS car, 2016 year of manufacture
  • Audi A6 car, 1999, etc.

At the same time, in an attempt to prevent further legal actions of the investigation, Borisov's relatives tried to smuggle some of the belongings abroad. Thus, while trying to cross the border at the Palanka-Mayaky-Udobne checkpoint, a 2016 Porsche Macan GTS was stopped.

According to SBI employees, the car was registered to Borisov's daughter-in-law and was used as material evidence in the case against the former military commander.

Currently, the investigation has reason to believe that the car was purchased illegally. The car was seized. The plan failed.

As a reminder, criminal proceedings have been initiated against Borysov under several articles on the facts of illicit enrichment. The SBI detained the former military commissar, and the court placed him in custody.

During the pre-trial investigation, the Bureau collected a huge amount of evidence of its own. However, to ensure a full and impartial investigation, media reports were also studied. The materials of the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) will also be examined, which also found signs of illicit enrichment of the former Odesa military commander in excess of UAH 188 million.

The former military commander is suspected of

acquisition by a person authorised to perform state functions of assets worth more than six thousand five hundred tax-free minimum incomes of citizens exceeding his or her legitimate income (Article 368-5 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine);
failure to report on time for service without valid reasons by a serviceman committed under martial law is a criminal offence (part 5 of Article 407 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine);
evasion of military service duties by deception committed under martial law (Article 409(4) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).

The sanctions of the articles provide for up to 10 years' imprisonment.