Ministry of Transport Deputy Head arrested for bribe-taking
The amount of the bribe and details of the case are not disclosed for legal reasons.
The Meshchansky Сourt in Moscow arrested Deputy Head of the transport security department at the Transport Ministry Dmitry Kruzhevitskikh. RBC reports this with reference to the press secretary of the court.
According to her, the official was arrested as early as April 28, and on May 30 the court prolonged his arrest until July 4. The employee of the Transport Ministry is charged with Bribe-Taking under part 3 of Art. 290 of the Criminal Code of Russia.
At the same time, the TASS source in the Investigative Committee of Russia notes that the details of the case and the amount of the bribe are not disclosed for legal reasons. The Ministry of Transport tells the agency that Kruzhevitskikh took a vacation.
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