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MOSCOW, July 27. /TASS/. Law enforcement authorities do not have any claims or suspicions regarding head of Rosnano Anatoly Chubais.
"I would like to stress that regarding Anatoly Chubais the law enforcement authorities officially have not initiated any suspicions in connections with any crime," his lawyer Alexander Asnis told TASS commenting on Monday’s article published in Izvestia on a possible criminal case against Chubais and other top managers of Rosnano.
The article reads about a criminal case, which may be opened against top managers of Rosnano, including Chubais, following a claim from Moscow’s businessman Dmitry Lerner who said he had lost over 250 million roubles (about $4.2 million) in a fraud at Rosnano.
"I confirm, I do not know any circumstances which could give reasons for the statements in it [article]," the lawyer said, adding he did not know whether "Russia’s Investigative Committee or any other law enforcement authority is checking the information."