The media learned about the withdrawal of the ex-head of the NGO “Cosmos” of the property in the UK

The former head of the NGO “Cosmos” Andrei Chernyakov

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According to the decision of the High court of London, the executors seized all the property of the former head of the NGO “Cosmos” Andrei Chernyakov, who is in the investigation Department on charges of major embezzlement and bad loans to Bank of Moscow

According to “Kommersant”, the High court of England and Wales granted the petition of the Bank of Moscow, which demanded that czerniakow reimbursement (as a guarantor) for loans for the completion of the Alabyano-Baltic tunnel in the capital. Wanted businessman must repay the Bank £195 million, and to reimburse legal costs of over £420 thousand

According to the newspaper, 22 November the bailiff along with representing the Bank of Moscow lawyers arrived at Chernyakov rented a Villa in the suburbs of London. They managed to enter the territory and to withdraw standing in the garage of Rolls-Royce and a motorcycle.

Since that visit, Chernyakov resisted, the bailiff received the court permission for the use of physical force. During the follow-up visit, the former head of the NGO “Cosmos” subject to the requirements of the authorities and left the house.

As a result, a Russian citizen seized a Mercedes Viano, a few TVs, appliances, office equipment, luxury goods, jewelry, sports equipment, four laptop, camera, wine bottle, whisky, vodka, cognac, Armagnac 1985, ski boots, helmet, dish and Xbox One.

In addition, the money deducted from the account Chernyakova in the investment company Altus Investment Management. Under arrest was £2 million.

Lawyers of the former head of the NGO “Cosmos” pointed out that after the judgment from Chernyakova had no means of livelihood, and appealed the decision.

According to the newspaper, the Russian lawyers Chernyakova was not aware of the seizure of his property in the UK. However, they indicated that all court decisions not in favor of their client, will be appealed.

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