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PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, December 3 (Itar-Tass) — Investigators opened a criminal case against Deputy Head of EMERCOM’s branch in Kamchatka suspecting him of illegal involvement in entrepreneurship, local branch of Russia’s Investigative Committee reported on Monday.
Investigators say that from October of 2011 and through to October of 2012, the suspect participated illegally in management of a commercial organisation. The management was organised via trusted persons – the spouse, who was the company’s director general, and a friend, who was a director.
“The suspect controlled personally the work of the company by giving instructions,” the Investigative Committee said. “Besides, using his position, he provided supervision and benefits.”
In December of 2011, the company received illegally a certificate for emergency and rescue works “and thus the company received a right to service, among others, Kamchatka’s Airports, thus an opportunity of signing contracts and receiving revenues.”
Investigation is underway, the regional branch of the Investigative Committee reported.