Moscow, February 17 – A court in Ukraine has suspended the head of the Ukrainian Football Federation, Andriy Pavelko, for a month, the Ukrainian edition of Vesti reported on Friday.
According to the publication, the association itself called the actions of the plaintiffs, who demanded Pavelko’s removal from office for two months, “another illegal interference of law enforcement agencies in the activities of the Federation of Women’s Action.” On the eve of the headquarters of the Football Union of Ukraine, the Security Service of Ukraine conducted searches.
In November, the head of the Federation of Women’s Labor Andrei Pavelko was arrested by the Pechersky District Court in Kyiv for two months with the possibility of bail of 9,880,000 hryvnia ($268,600). The head of the organization was charged with embezzlement in a criminal case “related to the misuse of international aid funds intended for the construction of an artificial grass plant”. The criminal case has been under investigation since 2021. On November 29, the UAF posted bail for Pavelko.
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