Khariv region PGO chief declares 2 apartments

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Kharkiv region's chief prosecutor Yuriy Danilchenko for 2015 declared two apartments, in Kyiv (158.5 square meters) and Mykolaiv (51.6 square meters). The latter he purchased last year for UAH 90,460, according to his e-declaration.
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