Merab Sukhumsky to give Gulua common fund?
After a lifetime ban on entering Russia, Merab Dzhangveladze intends to promote his interests through a protege.
Thief in law Merab Dzhangveladze, known as Merab Sukhumsky, makes the main bet on authoritative businessman from the Krasnodar region Mindia Gulua. A month ago, a kingpin sentenced in Italy to 4 years and 8 months of house arrest was released. However, he is not expected in Russia - in November last year, representatives of the Main Criminal Investigation Department of the Russian Interior Ministry, Interpol and the Italian police handed Dzhangveladze a decree on the life ban on entering the territory of the Russian Federation.
After liberation, as the sources of the Moscow Monitor say, he intends to settle in Turkey, but he is not going to give up his Russian influence and will promote his interests through Gulua, who has long been considered the main lobbyist for the interests of his clan. It is known that Gulua is already a Sukhumsky’s common fund keeper.
In August 2016 in the Yubileiny microdistrict of Krasnodar the authoritative businessman was wounded. This was the third attempt on Gulua. This time he was injured in the abdomen, a bullet crushed his rib. The bullet hit his bodyguard in the forearm. It was said that at one point the roads of Gulua and Dzhangveladze parted, and he himself claimed after the third assassination that he suspected the thief in law in the attack, but, as the sources say, after a serious conversation with the authorities, he changed his position. Now he says that he suffered, defending the interests of the Dzhangveladze clan in the Krasnodar region.
Now Mindia Gulua is increasing his influence in the Kuban. There is information about his long-standing friendship with the current Governor of the region, Veniamin Kondratiev, who almost seriously claims positive criminal influence on the economy of the region.
More details about the close relationship between Merab Dzhangveladze and Mindia Gulua you can learn from the material of the CrimeRussia, which will be published in the near future.
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