Colonel Zakharchenko was found about 300 million euros in foreign banks
Thus, Zakharchenko was found the equivalent of another 22 billion rubles, and the total amount of found money exceeded 30 billion rubles.
On the accounts of Swiss banks, associated with the family of Dmitry Zakharchenko, it was found about 300 million euros. According to the source of Rosbalt in law enforcement, the money designed for offshore companies, which are registered on the 53-year-old Victor Zakharchenko – the father of Dmitry Zakharchenko.
"It was found six accounts, predominantly in the Rothschild Bank and Dresdner Bank (Geneva branch), in each of which there are the amount from 45 to 47 million euros. At total it is about 300 million euros,” - said the agency source. The origin of the money is now under investigation. The source also said that European banks kept the money, not related to the Nota-bank. However, he did not rule out that it may be deduced money from other financial institutions, because Zakharchenko, according to operative data, maintained a close relationship with owners and managers of a number of banks.
Thus, Zakharchenko was found the equivalent of 22 billion rubles and the total amount of found money exceeded 30 billion rubles.
Recall that on September 8th the FSB detained the Acting Head of the Department T of the Main Department for Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption Ministry of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Dmitry Zakharchenko. Security officers found in the apartment of the Zakharchenko sister money in various currencies equivalent to almost 9 billion rubles. Presumably, it is the part of the output of the Nota-bank of 26 billion rubles. The credit organization has been revoked license in autumn 2015, and top managers were arrested. September 10, 2016 he was arrested for two months. He is accused of Bribe-Taking (Art. 290 of the Criminal Code), Abuse of Official Powers (Art. 285 of the Criminal Code), and Obstruction of Justice (Art. 294 of the Criminal Code). The Colonel denied is involvement to found in the apartment of his sister more than 120 million dollars and several hundred million rubles during a court hearing.
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