Gontareva’s home burns as government returns to PrivatBank negotiations

Former NBU governor says her house was burned to the ground in an alleged arson attack

Valeria Gontareva
Valeria Gontareva
Oksana Parafeniuk

The former governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), Valeria Gontareva, has said her house in Ukraine has been burned to the ground in what she alleged was an arson attack linked to her role in cleaning up the country’s banking sector.

Police in Kiev have opened a formal investigation into the fire and are treating it as a criminal case.

In a statement today (September 17), the NBU’s board said the attacks on Gontareva were no longer a “series of incidents”, but now amounted to a

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