FSB and officers of special forces came to Metrostroy in St. Petersburg
Earlier, the FSB arrested the engineer of technical supervision sector in Metro of St. Petersburg's Directorate of Transport Construction for a bribe.
In the main building of Metrostroy in St. Petersburg on Zagorodny Prospekt, 52 the FSB special forces Grad and officers in civil clothes are working now. According to Fontanka with reference to the organization's employees, 10-12 officers of special services have appeared around 10 am in the offices of executives.
Recall that in May 2016 officers of economic security service of the FSB in St. Petersburg and Leningrad region searched the Directorate of Transport Construction in respect of 2 state contracts with JSCo Metrostroy. They related to the land development constructions for four underground stations. A backlog of work estimated at 120 million rubles. A contract amount exceeded 500 million rubles.
On August 9th the FSB of the Russian Federation detained the employee of the Directorate of Transport Construction. The businessman handed over a bribe of 1 million rubles to the engineer of technical supervision sector of the St. Petersburg Metro Directorate of Transport Construction Dmitry Uglovoy. He agreed on the detailed testimony and cooperation with the investigation. To Metrostroy FSB officers have come in March 2016.
How these operations connect it is not reported. RBC noted that it is Metrostroy has received a contract to build the Zenith Arena stadium, but so far it does not link these two events.
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