Billionaire God Nisanov being convinced to pour cash into new governmental projects before raids 

Billionaire God Nisanov being convinced to pour cash into new governmental projects before raids
God Nisanov

Operations that were carried out by security chiefs should be considered an instrument of pressure on the entrepreneur.

The CrimeRussia learnt what genuinely caused carrying out raids in the territory of a shopping center Moskva and a market Sadovod. The security chiefs’ target was not migrant workers, as media reported, but an owner of business - God Nisanov.

Moskva and Sadovod are owned by Kievskaya Square company that is headed by billionaires God Nisanov (with his fortune worth of $3.3 billion, according to Forbes) and Zarakh Iliyev ($3.3 billion).

The searches were launched early in the morning on March 11. The media reported it could be caused by ethnic scuffles that had taken place in Moscow the day before. With that, another conflict between migrants took place over the weekend. Mass brawl - with its participants armed with knives and non-lethal weapons - took place on March 8 on Belorechenskaya street. 4 persons requested medical assistance after the brawl; one of them was taken to a hospital.

According to official statement, officers of the Federal Security Service, Rosrvardia and MIA are trying to find instigators of the conflict. As a result of the raids, the security chiefs reported about detention of dozens of migrants who are being checked for maintenance of order related to their stay in the country, as well as involvement in a number of crimes.  

However, if we immerse ourselves into the issue, we can realize there are more legitimate grounds for the raids. According to The CrimeRussia, before raids, God Nisanov was being convinced to pour cash into new governmental projects in Moscow, but the businessman refused: he’s not going to invest in the capital city anymore and move out his assets abroad.

— Nisanov’s been moving out his assets abroad for a year; and it’s only now when they decided to ‘defat’ him, - our source says.

Our source noted that Nisanov started receiving complaints only after he refused to finance new governmental projects in Moscow. In other words, operations that were carried out by security chiefs should be considered an instrument of pressure on the entrepreneur.

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Chinese people who work with the market and the shopping center were also informed about the raids, so when the law enforcement officers descended on Moskva and Sadovod, there were only those “who had nowhere to go.”

- He has cleared funds, but is not going to finance projects in Russia, - our source says.

According to The CrimeRussia, there’s a chance God Nisanov will become a defendant in a criminal case into illegal banking business and illegal migration. 

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Interestingly, Director of the Financial monitoring department and foreign exchange control of the Central Bank Yury Polupanov told in his interview with Vedomosti that Sadovod and Moskva “became almost pioneers and leaders in cryptocurrency coin offering.” In his words, mining farms were made in the markets. Natives of China are number one purchasers of cryptocurrencies in Moscow. This way, they save money and dodge taxes. At Polupanov’s estimates, this kind of operations was worth of 600 billion rubles ($9 billion) a month. 




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