The High Anti-Corruption Court has ordered the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NACB) to open a corruption case against the State Customs Service’s Chairman Maksym Nefiodov. This is stated in court documents, Ukrainian News Agency reports. According to the court documents, an unnamed citizen filed a lawsuit with the court, accusing the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of inaction. The lawsuit states that the citizen reported a crime committed by a group of people led by Nefiodov to the National Anti-Corruption Bureau on January 23. It alleged that a group of people led by Nefiodov systematically accepted bribes in exchange for delivery of fuel and uncertified panels to the Ukrainian market on the basis of a fictitious audit of suppliers. According to the lawsuit, these actions inflicted losses of more than UAH 40 million on the state. The National Anti-Corruption Bureau refused to investigate these allegations, but the court ordered the bureau to open a case against Nefiodov on February 11. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Nefiodov received a salary of UAH 230,000 in December. Customs revenues into the 2019 state budget amounted to UAH 22,878.719 million (94.2% of the target revenue).