Specifically, one hand-written note says, get Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky "to announce that the Biden case will be investigated."
Parnas' text messages with his associates revealed constant surveillance of former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
The former ambassador testified during Trump's impeachment trial that she was abruptly recalled from her position in May, following a smear campaign.
A text exchange between Parnas and former prosecutor general of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko revealed the nature of the surveillance on Yovanovitch.
Giuliani reached out to Zelensky as Trump's personal lawyer to discuss a private matter.
The documents also included a letter from Giuliani to Zelensky, clarifying that he wanted to meet in private. The New York Times reported the meeting was intended to discuss the Bidens connection to Ukrainian energy company Burisma, but it was ultimately cancelled due to a public firestorm surrounding a trip to Ukraine.
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