Investigation Committee confirms arrest of Chizh's authorised representative
15:55, — society
Dzmitry Aleksin has been taken into custody in connection with the probe against Belneftekhim's deputy director.
Charter97.org learnt it from Yulia Hancharova, an official representative of the Investigation Committee.
“Dzmitry Aleksin, a founder of some companies dealing with oil products sales, was detained as a suspect in the criminal case against Belneftekhim's deputy director,” she said.
Investigation is under way.
Charter97.org was the first to report yesterday about the arrest of a businessman having close ties with oligarch Yury Chizh. A source close to Lukashenka's “banker” said the arrest has relation to the case deputy director of Belneftekhim Uladzimir Voukau.
Dzmitry Aleksin, who tries to avoid publicity, is only known as a person who became a formal owner of some of Yury Chizh's assets in the EU after imposing sanctions on the oligarch having close ties with Lukashenka's family. Assets of Neonafta company in Latvia were given to Dzmitry Aleksin (40%), Inna Aleksina (40%) and well-known Daugavpils businessman Aleksandr Grakhovsky (20%). Aleksins are also co-owners of biofuel producer Mamas D and Latgales Alus D brewery. Aleksins, mother and son, ran Siabry restaurant owned by Chizh.