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Crab smuggling case for 2,6 billion rubles to be considered in Primorye

Crab smuggling case for 2,6 billion rubles to be considered in Primorye
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In the capital of the Primorsky Territory, a criminal case on the smuggling of a crab worth 2,6 billion rubles was filed with the court. The indictment was approved by the Deputy Prosecutor General of Russia Dmitry Demeshin.

As EastRussia was told in the Office of the Prosecutor General's Office for the Far Eastern Federal District, the organized group was engaged in smuggling crab to Japan, China and South Korea. So far, the indictment has been confirmed against one participant.

In total, 2014 thousand tons of live crab were illegally exported from Russia from 2019 to 3,4. The cost of seafood was 2,6 billion rubles. Customs payments that were not paid by the smugglers totaled 9,2 million rubles.

The criminal case will begin to be considered by the Frunzensky District Court of Vladivostok. The defendant was charged with smuggling strategically important resources on a large scale, and evading customs payments. An especially large size is set for all the items.

In relation to other members of the criminal group, the investigation continues.

 

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