Comer Requests Former UN Official Discuss Relationship With Hunter Biden

House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) requested Vuk Jeremic appear before the House oversight panel to explain his business relationship with Hunter Biden and CEFC China Energy. Jeremic was Serbia’s former minister of foreign affairs from 2007 to 2012 and U.N. General Assembly president from 2012 to 2013. Comer requested Jeremic “schedule a transcribed interview with Committee staff and produce certain documents related to CEFC, Robert Hunter Biden, James Biden, and their business associates.”

From Newsmax:

On Dec. 5, 2015, Jeremic, who at the time was a consultant for CEFC, wrote to Biden's associate Schwerin: "On Sunday, December 6th, I will have a private dinner in DC with an old friend from China — Ye Jianming — one of the 10 wealthiest Chinese businessmen. He is the Chairman and majority owner of CEFC China Energy‎, a second-largest privately owned company on Shanghai stock exchange. He's very young and dynamic (39), with the top-level connections in his country. They have recently started making big investments abroad (billions of dollars), and plan on doing much more. I am confident that many interesting projects may come out of that in the future."

Comer requested that Jeremic produce a set of the requested documents by March 7. They include:

"1. All documents and communications, between 2014 to the present, with Robert Hunter Biden, James Biden, Eric Schwerin, Devon Archer, and James Gilliar;

2. All documents and communications, between 2014 to the present, with any associate of CEFC, including Chairman Ye Jianming and Patrick Ho; and

3. An answer to the query "To your knowledge, did DOJ redact Hunter Biden's name from Exhibit 2739R in United States v. Patrick Ho?"