Ukrainian central bank officials stand bail for arrested council member

The National Bank of Ukraine
Photo: Oksana Parafeniuk

Several of the Ukrainian central bank’s most senior officials said they would stand bail for a member of the bank’s council after he was placed under house arrest by a court.   

Mykola Kalensky was placed under house arrest for 60 days by the “higher anti-corruption court” in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on November 13. Kalensky was arrested the previous day, along with six other people, including former National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) first deputy governor Oleksander Pysaruk, over the central

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