The National Corruption Prevention Agency (NAPC) has begun investigating the information that family members of a number of government officials hold Vanuatu citizenship. The press service of the NAPC announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. According to the statement, a television program has called that family members of a number of government officials who have submitted electronic income declarations hold citizenships of other countries. "It is about the data entered into the register stating that family members of declarants hold citizenship of the Republic of Vanuatu. In particular, the information about Moseiko Ya. V., Kolesnik A. V., Litvinov E. V. and others are being checked," the statement said. The results of the investigation will be announced after its completion. the wife of former deputy head of the Specialized High Court for Civil and Criminal Cases Yevhen Litvinov, Liudmyla Litvinova (citizen of Vanuatu), declared the sale of real estate worth a total of UAH 2,248,866 in Vanuatu in 2015-2016. Judge Yakiv Moseiko of the Pology District Court of the Zaporizhia Region stated in his declaration that he has two daughters who are citizens of Vanuatu. The chief justice of the Smelianskyi district administration (Cherkasy region) stated in his declaration that his spouse is a citizen of Vanuatu. She declared a house (with a value of UAH 1.5 million), a Mazda car (2004 model year), and UAH 63,000 in business income. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Vanuatu is a country consisting of 83 islands in the Pacific Ocean. It borders an Australian economic zone to the west. Vanuatu had a population of about 260,000 in 2015.