First deputy head of North Caucasus railway caught taking $24.000 bribe  

First deputy head of North Caucasus railway caught taking $24.000 bribe
Alexey Chernyaev’s detention

Russian Railways reported that they have fired the man.

The first deputy head of the North Caucasus Railway (a branch of Russian Railways) has been detained for taking a bribe of 1.5 million rubles ($24.000), reported the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.

According to the investigation, the top manager received the money from a representative of a commercial company, promising "unimpeded promotion of train" in return.

Russian Railways said the name of the detainee, Alexey Chernyaev. They also stressed that he was dismissed on July 1 due to the fact that he became involved in the criminal case.

The company added that they are willing to assist in the investigation.

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