UK: investigation into money laundering case involving Russia terminated
According to the British media, the investigation has been terminated by order of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It was decided to terminate the investigation into the case of laundering of money flowing to Europe from Russia. This is reported by The Telegraph referring to former Head of the country’s International Anti-Corruption Department of the National Criminal Agency John Benton. The expert said that the investigation was terminated by order of the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
John Benton headed the International Anti-Corruption Department from 2015 to 2017.
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