Former head of Kosmosaviaspetsstroy put on international wanted list in case of embezzlement
The prosecution says about the damage of $ 11 million, allegedly stolen from the RPE Istok named after Shokin.
Moscow’s Tverskoy Court took the former CEO of Kosmosaviaspetsstroy, Grigory Vaisman, into custody in absentia on charges of large-scale embezzlement (part 4 of Article 160 CCRF). He was put on the international wanted list, TASS reports. The investigation estimated the damage caused by Vaisman at 711 million rubles ($ 11 million), the injured party is the Research and Production Enterprise Istok named after Shokin.
The MIA initiated the relevant criminal case over the events that took place 2015 on January 24, 2018. Vaisman headed Kosmosaviaspetsstroy from 2013 to 2016. According to preliminary information, he is currently undergoing medical treatment in Israel.
About a year ago, the claim of Kosmosaviaspetsstroy against Vaisman was considered in a commercial court: during the audit, the organization did not find goods worth 1.5 billion rubles ($ 23,3 million) and the documents confirming the right to this property.