The odious politician shared information on 'secret meetings' in his former fellow party member’s house Oleksandr Yefremov. Former MP Volodymyr Landik, who had left the 'Party of Regions', told about the role of Nataliya Korolevskaya’s family in the organization and support of separatist riots in Luhansk region in late winter and spring of 2014.
According to him, Nataliya Korolevskaya’s brother Konstantin Korolevskiy, the former Deputy Minister of Regional Development of the Russian Federation, discussed with the prominent "regional" Oleksandr Yefremov distribution of property on the eve of the first wave of separatist protests in Luhansk.
'There was a secret meeting in Luhansk in February, 2014,' Volodymyr Landik says. 'Nataliya Korolevskaya’s brother and Putin’s adviser Sergei Glazyev, who used to be a frequent visitor in Luhansk, were there. They agreed on sharing out the assets after the Ukrainian government is to be overthrown in Luhansk.'
According to Landik, Russian politicians then promised Oleksandr Yefremov, that he would fully control Luhansk after a victory of the so-called "Russian Spring" in the city.
Nataliya Korolevskaya and her brother Konstantin used to enjoy good relationship with Yefremov. According to the media, the politicians have long-standing business partnership and mutual lobbying in the state structures.
Despite the membership in the ideologically opposite party (Yulia Tymoshenko’s Batkivschina), Korolevskaya didn’t stop her cooperation with Yefremov. Malicious gossips described Nataliya as "Trojan horse" in Tymoshenko’s party. One day there appeared a serious conflict between Tymoshenko and Korolevskaya. As a result, the latter formally remained a people's deputy of the party, split it and became the leader of another political movement.
Nataliya Korolevskaya is now Ukraine’s MP, she came to the parliament according to the list of the Opposition Bloc.
According to Dialog UA, the well-known businessman Volodymyr Landik from Luhansk announced its readiness to tell the prosecutor's office about the crimes of his former colleague from the Party of Regions Oleksandr Yefremov.
Later, Landik told the media about the things Russia had promised Oleksandr Yefremov in exchange for promoting pro-Russian mercenaries in the capture of Luhansk region.