FSB searched office of Federal Agency for Youth Affairs head ex-assistant
Earlier it became known that Alexey Avetisov could be appointed the head of the Department for Countering Extremism among Youth at the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
Employees of the FSB searched the office of ex-assistant to head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh), president of the All-Russian Rescue Students' Corps (VSKS) Alexey Avetisov in the building of the Russian Technological University (MIREA). Znak.com reports this citing sources in the university.
According to the interlocutors of the newspaper, the search took place on the morning of July 19. Employees of the FSB withdrew equipment and documents from Avetisov's office. Avetisov was not in place; he is not available.
It is reported that the investigative actions may be related to the case of violation of the antimonopoly legislation initiated by the FAS in connection with the conclusion of contracts between the Rosmolodezh and the winners of auctions for the construction of the infrastructure of the Territory of Meanings on Klyazma forum. Representatives of the agency believe that some contracts tied up the competition, which led to the impossibility of reducing the price at the auction. Also, it was found that the auction winners submitted applications using the same account from the same IP address.
Claims arose to the companies Fianit LLC (won in the auction in 2015) and TechAlliance LLC (won in 2016 and 2017), as well as to the NGO Association of Search and Rescue Squad. Fianit and TechAlliance were indirectly associated with Alexey Avetisov. Former head and co-owner of Fianit Anton Budkevich and owner of TechAlliance Ilmir Gazizov work in VSKS under the leadership of Avetisov. Gazizov is the head of the VSKS special unit, and Budkevich works as a rescuer. According to the SPARK database, the companies Fianit and TechAlliance have the same phone number.
Earlier, Kommersant pens that shortly, Avetisov could be appointed the head of the Department for Countering Extremism among Youth at the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. According to sources, this department will be in charge of youth subcultures and issues of decriminalization of the youth.
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