Investigatory Committee is ready to institute legal proceedings against Kerimov
10:53, — Politics
Belarus’ Investigatory Committee is going to file criminal charges against Uralkali’s shareholder Suleiman Kerimov.
Interfax-Zapad news agency learnt about that from Investigatory Committee’s official representative Pavel Traulka.
“The materials, received by the Investigatory Committee, give reasons to file criminal charges against Suleiman Kerimov and other people, including the citizens of Belarus”, - Traulka said.
“There is also a reason for arresting these people and include them into the wanted list”, - the Investigatory Committee’s representative noted.
He pointed out: “No special legal knowledge are required to understand how the investigation may interpret Kerimov’s actions”.
We would remind that on 26 August the director general of Uralkali Vladislav Baumgartner was arrested in Minsk. He visited Belarus by a written invitation from Belarus’ Prime Minister Mikhail Miasnikovich. The reason for the businessman’s arrest were materials on his “committing explicit power abuse for mercenary motives, which allegedly brought about significant damage to state and public interests of Belarus, as well as especially large damage to Belaruskali and Belarusian Potassium Company”.
Invitations for the meeting with Miasnikovich were also sent to Uralkali’s chairman of the board Aleksandr Voloshin and the company’s shareholder Suleiman Kerimov, but they were unable to come for the meeting.
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