Court bars MP Vinnyk from going abroad because of debts to banks

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Kyiv's Appeals Court on October 19 ruled to bar Member of Parliament Ivan Vinnyk from the Petro Poroshenko Bloc parliamentary faction from going abroad in connection with UAH 370.999 million (about $14 million) in debts owed to Kyiv-based Alfa Bank and Dnipro-based PrivatBank.
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