"Following the checks, NACP's authorized individuals have determined that information stated in [Poroshenko's] declarations for 2015 and 2016 is accurate. The accuracy of the assessment of declared assets corresponds to the data obtained from available sources. No conflict of interest and signs of illegal enrichment have been revealed," reads the report.
NACP provided a list of registries and automated information systems that were used to conduct a complete verification of the president's declarations. However, the agency reported that the State Fiscal Service and its main office in Kyiv had refused to provide information on the amount of income paid to the declarant and his family from 1998 to 2014. The refusal also came from the Department of Preventive Activities of the National Police.
On August 21, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention approved the results of complete checks on the president's electronic declarations for 2015 and 2016.