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Vladimir Panov is suspected of taking a bribe in a particularly large scale.
Against former Deputy Head of the Interior Troops logistic support system General Vladimir Panov a criminal case has been instituted upon taking a bribe in a particularly large scale. On Wednesday, March 15, Head of the Anti-Corruption Board of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Andrey Kurnosenko reported that.
According to him, Panov is suspected of taking two hydrocycles, as well as a motorboat worth 2.6 million rubles ($44.000) from the head of one of the companies, which Panov helped to conclude state contracts for the development of Internal Troops’s construction worth more than 2 billion rubles ($33.8m).
As previously the CrimeRussia wrote, Panov, according to sources, received a bribe from the director of the Spetsdorstroy company - the general contractor for the construction of facilities in the 127th motorized regiment of the Interior Ministry in Adler, and the damage to the state is estimated at 20 million rubles ($338.000).
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