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Ex-head of the Department of Forestry of Primorye sent to the colony
The Leninsky District Court of Vladivostok found Vladimir Ivanov, the former director of the Primorye Forestry Department, guilty of accepting a bribe on a large scale. He will spend four years in a penal colony.
According to the press service of the Prosecutor General’s Office, in the summer of 2016, Ivanov offered the representative of several logging companies to extend the lease period of the forest sites for a bribe. Later, he personally received 550 thousand US dollars, and the briber informed the law enforcement authorities about this.
The former official was sentenced to four years in prison, and for five years he was denied the right to occupy posts related to the performance of the functions of a representative of authority or the performance of organizational, administrative, administrative and economic functions in state bodies and local governments. He also has to pay a fine - more than 35 million rubles.