Tim Morrison, the former National Security Council aide, testified that he attended a September bilateral meeting attended by Vice President Mike Pence and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.
After the meeting, Morrison said EU ambassador Gordon Sondland pulled Ukrainian presidential adviser Andrey Yermak aside for a conversation.
House Democrats counsel Daniel Goldman asked Morrison what Sondland told him about the conversation. Morrison responded, "That the Ukrainians would have to have the prosecutor general make a statement with respect to the investigations as a condition of having the aid lifted."
Goldman asked Morrison about his previous testimony that he was concerned about Sondland's statements.
"I was concerned about what I saw as essentially an additional hurdle to accomplishing what I had been directed to help accomplish, which was giving the President the information he needed to determine that the security sector assistance could go forward," Morrison said.