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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Media: the chief customs officer of the Russian Federation wrote a letter of resignation


The head of the Federal customs service (FCS) Andrei Belyaninov wrote a letter of resignation six months ago, informs television channel “Rain” with reference to informed sources.

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We will remind that today, SK came to search in the FCS in the case of smuggling alcohol 1.7 million rubles: investigations were conducted in the office Belyaninov, and in his house.

Now the journalists of “Rain” with reference to his informants in the government claim that since the submission of the application Belyaninovo was looking for a “worthy place”. Officially, the FCS does not comment, failed to get confirmation from the press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov.

Recall that the case in which they were searched at Belianinov, as reported by SK, is associated with Central logistic Severo-Zapad” St. Petersburg businessman Dmitry Mikhalchenko, who was arrested in March 2016 after the FSB has blocked the attempt of import of elite alcohol of 1.7 million rubles through the Ust-Luga port under construction the adhesive.

As wrote “Kommersant”, one of them – “Novikombank”, where the future head of the FCS was Chairman of the Board, at the end of 90-x “lit up” in the case related to Orekhovo-Zuevskaya criminal gang: a novel Uteshev cashed money in the Bank on bills purchased, to shell companies…

Belyaninov since 1999, became Deputy, Sergey Chemezov FGUP “Promeksport” (later included in the “Rosoboronexport”).

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