Latvian law coercion agencies have arrested a owners of a Miel genuine estate group during a ask of Russian prosecutors, a Vedomosti journal reported Friday.
Grigory Kulikov, owners of one of a largest genuine estate firms in a Russian market, was incarcerated in a Latvian city of Jurmala on May 8. His extradition to Russia is now being discussed, Vedomosti reported, citing an unclear source in a Russian Prosecutor General’s Office.
Kulikov has been indicted of rascal during a construction of a Barvikha Village plan in Rublyovka, a prestigious suburb in southwest Moscow. Prosecutors lay that Kulikov stole investors’ supports value 85 million rubles ($1.2 million) between 2007 and 2008 before he fled abroad.
The rapist review into a box has been ongoing for a past 4 years. The businessman was announced wanted by Interpol in Sep 2015, 6 months after a aver was released by Russian law enforcement.
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