Former Rosreestr official Boris Avakyan escaped from wedding and house arrest
According to the Federal Penitentiary Service, the ex-officer is now in Armenia, although today in St. Petersburg, he had to marry Julia Ionina.
The defendant in the case of smuggling Boris Avagyan escaped from house arrest. On Friday, September 9, the FPS staff did not find him at home. The agency believes that the ex-official is now in Armenia, where his relatives live. But the mother of the former Rosreestr employee categorically denies this.
It is noteworthy that on September 12, Boris Avakyan’s wedding with the model, the winner of the international beauty contest Queen of the World - 2014 Julia Ionina, was scheduled. The ceremony was to be held in the evening in the registry office of the Pushkin District. But the former official did not show up.
It is to be recalled that Boris Avakyan was under house arrest, since he was suspected of evasion of customs payments levied from the organization or individual, on a large scale. He was arrested in Moscow during a meeting with a journalist of the TV-channel Rain within the investigation of the criminal case, initiated by the investigators of the Directorate on transport of the Russian MIA in the NWFD under part 2 Art. 194 of the Criminal Code, and was transported to Petersburg.
The former member of the Russian State Register is a key witness in a corruption case in FCS and the FSB, it was him who testified against the head of the 7th Division of the Directorate K of the FSB SEB Vadim Uvarov, as well as against the security officer of the FCS OBTEP CABC Pavel Smolyarchuk. As part of this investigation, the ex-official is under state protection.
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