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MOSCOW, October 29 (Itar-Tass) - Brothers Aleksey and Oleg Navalny are charged with a 30-million-rouble fraud and money laundering in the criminal case opened after an inquiry of the request from the branch of the Yves Rocher company, the press service of the Russian Investigative Committee told Itar-Tass on Tuesday.
“The main investigation department of the Russian Investigative Committee has brought the final accusation against Aleksey Navalny and his brother Oleg Navalny for embezzlement through a fraud in Yves Rocher Vostok to the tune of more than 26 million roubles (about $817 thousand) and the multi-profile processing company at the sum of more than four million roubles (about $125.8 thousand) and money laundering to the tune of more than 21 million roubles (about $660 thousand),” the Russian Investigative Committee said.
“In the near future the Russian Investigative Committee plans to complete the investigation of this criminal case and produce its materials to the injured parties, defendants and their lawyers to study them,” the Investigative Committee added.