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Person involved in embezzlement case in FEFU declared wanted in Primorye
In Primorye, the Pacific Fleet Military Court put on the wanted list one of the convicts in the embezzlement case at the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU). Law enforcement officers are looking for Nikita Smurov, who did not appear in court to pronounce the verdict on November 11.
As the TASS, the judge ruled on the wanted list of Nikita Smurov on Thursday. He was convicted in the case of embezzlement of 17,7 million rubles for the creation of an information technology system for FEFU and sentenced to 3,5 years of imprisonment.
The Pacific Fleet Military Court found guilty of the deputy general director of Modern University LLC Nikita Smurov on November 11. Then the verdict was handed down to the former FEFU rector Sergey Ivants. He was recognized guilty of embezzlement and sentenced him to custody. The term was received by the CEO of the company Sergey Karlyavin.
In 2011, FEFU and Modern University signed a contract for the creation of an information technology system for a university in the amount of about 650 million rubles. Despite the fact that the system did not work, acts of execution were signed. This made it possible to transfer over 20 million rubles from FEFU accounts.