Presnensky court will consider Polonsky’s case
The criminal case against Russian businessman Sergei Polonsky came in Presnensky court of Moscow.
The criminal case against billionaire Polonsky will be considered by Presnensky court of Moscow. The businessman is accused of embezzling 2.6 billion rubles.
As the representative of the Prosecutor General’s Office Alexander Kurennoi said earlier in his statement, the agency approved the indictment against Polonsky.
Sergei Polonsky is the former Head of one of Russia's largest construction firms, Mirax. He is accused of embezzling 2.6 billion rubles from shareholders in the construction of luxury housing blocks Kutuzovskaya mile and Rublevskaya Riviera.
In May 2015 the runaway businessman was arrested in Cambodia and handed over to the Russian authorities.
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