General Fix, who organized arrest of Ulyukaev, retires
An appropriate order is being prepared.
Former security chief of Rosneft and ex-Deputy Head of the FSB Bureau of Internal Affairs General Oleg Feoktistov retires. On dismissal of Feoktistov, also known as Oleg the Great and General Fix, from the service two sources in law enforcement agencies reported RIA Novosti.
"The decision is made, an appropriate order is being prepared," one of the interlocutors of the agency said.
Recall that the name of Oleg Feoktistov was spotted in the corruption case against Head of the Ministry of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukaev. According to some sources, it was Feoktistov, who at that time held the post of the security service of Rosneft chief, organized an operation to detain Ulyukaev, who is now accused of taking a bribe of $2 million from representatives of the oil company. The ex-Minister stated in court that the basis of his criminal prosecution was "a vile provocation", which was organized by the FSB officers, including Oleg Feoktistov, and head of the company Igor Sechin.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, on April 5, 2017, the board of directors of the oil company terminated Feoktistov's powers before expiry, as he attracted “excessive attention” in connection with the Ulyukaev’s case. It was supposed, as Kommersant wrote then, that the General would return to work in the staff of the seconded FSB officers. At the same time the leadership of the special services decided to nominate him to the post of Deputy Head of the Economic Security Department. However, according to The Bell, Feoktistov was never appointed to this position, because " the Kremlin was dissatisfied with too active participation of the FSB in the affairs of Rosneft."
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