FSB conducts searches at contractor for construction of St.Petersburg’s Lakhta Center
The security forces’ visit took place within the criminal case on the violation of currency legislation.
Officers of the FSB conducted a search in the company Renaissance Construction in St. Petersburg, TASS reported citing the press service of the city and regional service.
The agency was confirmed that the security forces’ visit took place within the criminal case on the violation of currency legislation. According to the agency’s interlocutor, the searches were held on Tuesday, September 12.
In turn, the source of TASS in law enforcement agencies clarified that the criminal case in question was initiated under Art. 193 of the Russian Criminal Code (Non-return of Funds in Foreign Currency from Abroad). In particular, the company is suspected of exporting more than 100 billion rubles abroad.
It is noteworthy that earlier in the media there was information that the Turkish Renaissance Construction could become a general contractor for the construction of the second stage of the MFC Lakhta Center. Also, among the company's projects, there is one of the skyscrapers in the business complex Moscow City called Evolution.
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