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The court refused to release the ex-plenipotentiary in the FEFD Viktor Ishayev from under house arrest
The Moscow City Court refused to release from the house arrest of the ex-presidential envoy in the Far Eastern Federal District, the former governor of the Khabarovsk Territory, Viktor Ishayev. Not helped by the compensation of damage to Rosneft and the pledge in 15 million rubles.
The defense requested that Ishayev be released on a written undertaking not to leave the place, or at least permission to go for the seriously ill suspect, but the court refused all petitions. According to Kommersant, lawyer Pavel Zaitsev said that Ishayev paid Rosneft 5,7 million rubles in repayment of the alleged damage. The ex-official does not admit guilt, however, he believed that this would help in court, but this fact did not become an argument for the court.
At the end of March, the ex-plenipotentiary was charged with fraud. By court order it sent under house arrest. According to investigators, he stole money from Rosneft by concluding a lease agreement with a subsidiary company at an inflated price. In 2013-2018, Ishayev was the vice president of this company.