The official representative of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia, Anton Ivanov, said that the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, on the basis of the documents of the monitoring agency, opened a criminal investigation into the illegal seizure by the Kiev authorities of the assets of one of the largest Russian banks. At the same time, the representative of the state enterprise did not name the specific bank from which the assets were seized.
“The collected documents established that senior officials of the Kiev regime, represented by the highest political leaders of the country, wanted to harm the interests of the Russian Federation, the Russian bank, as well as Ukrainian citizens. are its clients, for a long time, using their managerial resources and legislative abilities, limited the activities of the Russian bank and its subsidiary in the country,” Ivanov said as quoted by TASS.
Ivanov pointed out that the case was brought under the articles of the Criminal Code on fraud committed by an organized group or on a particularly large scale, as well as on obstruction of legitimate business or other activities that caused significant damage.
Earlier, Oleg Ustenko, adviser to the President of Ukraine, said the country’s gold and currency reserves exceeded $30 billion, which was a record for the past decade.
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