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MOSCOW, October 30 (Itar-Tass) - The Moscow city court has found lawful the decision to suspend a vegetable warehouse that turned out to be in the focus of the interethnic conflict in the Moscow district Biryulevo for 90 days. Thus, the appeal from the lawyers of the management company Novye Cheremushki was turned down.
“Checking the arguments, I find the court verdict passed by the judge of the Chertanovsky court lawful,” Judge Aleksander Ponomarev said.
On October 16, the Chertanovsky court satisfied the demand from the territorial branch of the Russian consumer rights watchdog to levy an administrative fine on the closed joint stock company Novye Cheremushki for violation of the legislation in the provision of sanitary and epidemiological wellbeing of people and suspended the vegetable warehouse for three months.
The court verdict took effect on Wednesday.