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House Oversight Committee asks former Serbian official for an interview and any documents related to Hunter Biden

The Republican-led House Oversight Committee on Tuesday continued its efforts to probe the business dealings of the Biden family, including requesting documents related to Hunter Biden and subpoenaing a former Serbian foreign minister for an interview with employees. The letter has been sent.

The five-page letter, obtained by NBC News, was sent to Vuk Jeremic, who was president of the United Nations General Assembly from 2012-13 after serving as Serbia’s foreign minister. The chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., called Jeremic “a key witness in our investigation.”

“Mr. Jeremic’s previous testimony about business ties with officials who participated in international bribery schemes raises red flags that there may be evidence showing the Biden family and associates attempted to sell access, including to individuals affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party.” did,” Comer said in a statement. “If President Biden compromises with foreign adversaries, it poses a clear threat to national security. The Oversight Committee seeks transparency and accountability for waste, fraud and abuse at the highest levels of government Committed to bringing in. Mr. Jeremic’s documents are critical to this investigation.”

The letter refers to the case of Patrick Ho, the former head of a Chinese energy company, who was convicted in 2018 of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Jeremic testified during Ho’s trial and said that he had been paid by the energy company as a consultant and tried. introduces people to Hunter Biden, although it is unclear if a meeting took place.

The White House declined to comment, as did a representative for Hunter Biden. Jeremic did not respond to a request for comment.

The Washington Post reported in 2022 that the potential energy projects Hunter Biden discussed with Ho’s company “never came to fruition.” The Wall Street Journal reported in 2020 that “corporate records reviewed by the Wall Street Journal show no role for Joe Biden.”

Jeremic said in an email to The Washington Post that he knew both Hunter Biden and Ye Jianming, an aide of Ho who is chairman of China’s CEFC energy company, but was not involved in introducing them.



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