Magomedov brothers' case: accounts of Commercial Port of Vladivostok attached
The owner of the Summa Group and his brother are accused of fraud, embezzlement, and organization of the criminal community.
The Tverskoy Court of Moscow arrested the bank accounts of Commercial Port of Vladivostok PJSC in the criminal case against Ziyavudin Magomedov and his brother Magomed Magomedov. RIA Novosti reports with reference to court spokeswoman Anastasia Dzyurko.
Thus, according to her, the court granted the petition of the investigation. At the same time, she added that the decision has already been appealed.
Commercial Port of Vladivostok
Earlier, the Preobrazhensky Court of Moscow arrested shares of the Summa Group within the same criminal case.
Owner of the Summa Group Ziyavudin Magomedov, his elder brother, ex-Senator from the Smolensk region Magomed Magomedov, and head of the Intex construction company (part of the Summa Group) Artur Maksidov were arrested on March 31. The criminal case against the brothers was initiated over the organization of the criminal community, and the theft of 2.5 billion rubles ($39m), and Maksidov is accused of embezzling more than 668 million rubles ($10.4m).
The attachment was imposed on Magomedovs’ bank accounts, the money was seized from them during searches. Also, a security arrest was attached to four cars, two apartments and a share in the authorized capital of legal entities.
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