Billionaire Rybolovlev returns to Monaco
The Russian oligarch was detained on November 6 in Monaco but released under judicial control. He is charged with corruption and trading in influence.
Businessman Dmitry Rybolovlev, who is suspected of corruption in Monaco, has returned to the principality, his representative Dmitry Chechkin said.
Rybolovlev has already managed to attend a training session of the FC Monaco and congratulated coach Thierry Henry on his victory over the FC Kan.
Rybolovlev was detained on November 6 in Monaco but was released under judicial control. He is charged with corruption and trading in influence.
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