The first head falls in the Ukrainagate. Kurt Volker, the United States special envoy to the Ukraine, resigned one day after spreading a complaint of a 007-mole on the phone call in which the American president Donald Trump asked the Ukrainian Volodymyr Zelenskyj to investigate the Biden and the attempt to cover it up. CNN reports this. Volker, quoted in the complaint, put the tycoon's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, in contact with a senior collaborator of the Ukrainian leader. The same Giuliani, meanwhile, has renounced to attend a conference in Armenia next week where the Russian leader Vladmir Putin could also be there. The New York Times writes. The former mayor of New York initially stated that he would not testify at the Congress in the impeachment investigation without consulting with the tycoon. Then on Saturday, in an interview with Sky News, he instead said he would testify to the US Congress about the impeachment proceedings against the president, adding that the head of the White House did nothing wrong.