The court ordered to provide materials of the case of the VIP-architect, who had conflict with the Rostec head’s wife
A criminal case against Nana Hernandez-Getashvili cannot be closed due to serious differences with applicants.
Recently, the Tagansky Court of Moscow ordered the Moscow Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Central Federal District to provide materials of the criminal case against famous architect Nana Hernandez-Getashvili. Last year, a criminal case against the architect was initiated under Part.4 of Art.159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Fraud in a large scale).
In 2009, acting as a CEO of the NG Cinema, she signed a contract for architectural design and construction of houses in the Lyubushkin Dvor village in the Odintsovo district of the Moscow region. The company received an advance of $ 3, 150, 000 million, but did not fulfill its obligations.
According to Nana Hernandez-Getashvili‘s lawyer, in April of this year, the architect concluded an agreement with the company’s clients, the fact of which was reported to investigator of the 2nd Division of the Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Central Federal District Marina Oblivanets.
Certain agreements were achieved, but with member of the Board of Directors of the MFK-Bank Ekaterina Ignatova, a wife of the head of the Rostec Sergei Chemezov, and with head of the ONEKSIM Dmitry Razumov Nana Hernandez-Getashvili had some differences. As a result, investigator Marina Oblivanets does give access to files of the architect’s case to her lawyer for 2 month.
The lawyer filed a complaint against actions of the investigator to the Tagansky Court of Moscow, as he believed that the investigator unlawfully prevented his participation in the case. Oblivanets was absent at the hearing, and the Court ordered representatives of the Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Central Federal District to present all the materials of the criminal case at the next hearing.
To remind: in 2014, Russian Nana Hernandez-Getashvili, a member of the Union of Artists and the Union of Architects of Russia, member of the Chamber of Architects of the Bremen, Germany, was recognized as best European architect. She has won 3 nominations at the prestigious annual international competition in London. A lot of buildings in Russia and abroad were built upon the projects of Nana Hernandez-Getashvili.
Saburova believes that the Russian authorities violated articles 2 and 5 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, guaranteeing the right to life, as well as the right to freedom and personal inviolability.