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Prosecutor General's Office arrested the accounts of companies of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok

Prosecutor General's Office arrested the accounts of companies of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok
Photo: igor-pushkarev.com

The Prosecutor General's Office through the Basmanny District Court of Moscow arrested the accounts of the Vostokcement group because of the case of the convicted ex-mayor of Vladivostok, Igor Pushkarev. This may lead to the fact that five thousand families may be left without livelihoods.

According to Vostokcement, accounts of JSC Spasskcement, JSC Teploozersky Cement Plant, JSC Vladivostok Butter Concrete Plant, JSC Crushing and Screening Plant, DV-Cement LLC were arrested because these enterprises are defendants in civil lawsuit for the recovery of 3,2 billion rubles. Also arrested were the accounts of Vostokcement LLC and Yakutcement AO JSC, which are not defendants.

These measures will force companies to suspend work and dismiss employees in Primorye, the Jewish autonomy and Yakutia. Since enterprises are the main suppliers of building materials for erected facilities throughout the Far East, construction sites may not receive the promised materials, which will negatively affect the work of contractors and the construction sector of the Far Eastern Federal District.

In April, Igor Pushkarev sentenced to 15 years high security colonies. The former mayor of Vladivostok was found guilty of distributing federal funds allocated for the development of city roads between companies controlled by himself. The total amount of contracts is 1,2 billion rubles. At the same time, the former head of the city received bribes from the Vostokcement enterprise belonging to him.