Photo: Vladimir Trefilov / RIA Novosti
Failure to continue to seek Interpol explained the failure of attempts by the Russian authorities to arrest Begimova the goals and objectives of the Interpol
Interpol stopped search of George Begimova, which in Russia is accused of withdrawal of assets from Russia, totaling about 1 billion rubles, reports TASS with reference to close to the investigation source.
“Interpol suspended international arrest warrant, all files on it will be deleted from the information base, and all the national Central office will send out instructions on the need to remove from database all data on Begimova,” — said the Agency interlocutor.
According to him, that Interpol will not put Begimova in the list of wanted persons, became known in November 2016. The refusal to continue the investigation in the international criminal police organization due to the fact that criminal prosecution in Russia is not consistent with the aims and objectives of Interpol, determined by its Constitution.
Source TASS also reported that the case of sisters Beglova and the head of Russia Larisa Markus held earlier with his brother in one case highlighted by the investigation in a separate proceeding. The study also will investigate the case against the alleged accomplice Marcus, Vice President and Director of the credit Department of Vneshprombank Catherine Glushakova.
President and co-owner of Russia Larisa Marcus was arrested in Moscow in December 2015 on suspicion in fraud in especially large size. In January 2016, the Central Bank has deprived Russia of the license, and in March the Bank was declared bankrupt. Left Russia Georgy Bidjamov in March 2016 was arrested in absentia and put on the international wanted list, and in April he was detained by the police of Monaco. However, a local court refused to satisfy the request of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation about the extradition of Beglova in Russia, and the ruler of Monaco, albert II has approved this decision. Bejanov after the decision of the Monegasque court left the Principality, and, according to media reports, moved to London.