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The management of the seaport in Primorye was suspected of embezzlement
The new leaders of Vladivostok Commercial Sea Port PJSC (VMTP) filed a complaint with the police with a request to initiate a criminal case on the embezzlement and embezzlement of the company's money. The management claims that the port lost 15 million rubles.
According to the press service of the FESCO transport group, which includes VMTP, the fact of waste during the audit was discovered by the international consulting company Alvarez & Marsal. The former management of VMTP is suspected of committing embezzlement.
It turned out that in August of this year, Zairbek Yusupov, who at that time held the post of general director of the port, was paid a salary advance of 15 million rubles. The company notes that this is confirmed by the corresponding mark on the execution of Sberbank PJSC.
The document was signed by the Deputy General Director for Development and the Director of the Financial Department. The company claims that the amount of remuneration and compensation to the CEO is coordinated by the Supervisory Board of VMTP. However, he did not make a decision to pay 15 million rubles to Yusupov. For this reason, the company suspected the past management of embezzlement and turned to law enforcement officers.
Now the management is waiting for the decision of law enforcement officers to prosecute the former general director of VMTP Zairbek Yusupov, in whose defense after suspension port employees spoke. He is suspected of organizing strikes in the port.
In early October, the president of the FESCO transport group and the new general director of the port, at the invitation of the trade union organization, came to the dockworkers to answer the protesters' questions. However, they were not asked a single question, dockers zthrew them in helmets... For this fact opened a criminal case... Primorsky Transport Prosecutor's Office recognized illegal actions of the trade union organization to organize a strike.