The SBI suspects a russian oligarch of attempting to fraudulently save his company property in Lviv (VIDEO)


The SBI employees were notified of the suspicion russian oligarch Igor Churkin and his associate, who were trying to fraudulently save the property of the company in Lviv.

A large Ukrainian enterprise LLP "Lviv bus factories" took a significant loan from the state bank on the mortgage of its property. Its owner, the citizen of russia Igor Churkin, spent the money on his expenses and refused to return the loan money to the bank. At the same time, he did not want to lose the pledged property of the company.

Therefore, the russian businessman devised a scheme to block the auction for the sale of pledged property by the Ukrainian bank.

The head of the enterprise, controlled by the oligarch, filed an allegedly untrue complaint to the police about the crime committed by the representatives of the bank. He accused the officials of a made-up grave criminal offense. This claim was the reason for the initiation of criminal proceedings and seizure of property.

A russian citizen and the head of the company - a debtor - were notified of the suspicion under Article 383 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (intended to misreport a crime to a pre-trial investigation agency ad accusation of a person in a grave crime).

The article sanction provides for imprisonment for up to 5 years.

The procedural guidance is provided by The Office of the Prosecutor General.