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The court allowed the resumption of the work of the enterprises of the ex-mayor of Vladivostok
The Primorsky Regional Court partially satisfied the complaints about interim measures imposed on the property of enterprises of the Vostokcement group of companies. They belong to the ex-mayor of Vladivostok Igor Pushkarev, the lawsuit against which the Prosecutor General’s Office filed a lawsuit to recover 3,2 billion rubles in favor of the state.
According to Interfax Denis Puchkov, the lawyer of the convict in the Pushkarev case, the decision of the appellate court will allow the enterprises of the Vostokcement group of companies to work in normal mode. The court actually allowed it to conduct business activities, including paying salaries, working with contractors, shipping and delivering goods. Remained only arrests on real estate.
At the end of 2019, the Soviet District Court of Vladivostok imposed seizure of property of the three enterprises of Pushkarev - JSC Vladivostok Butchery Plant, JSC Crushing and Screening Plant and JSC Spasskcement. Earlier accounts of Vostokcement were arrested by decision of the Prosecutor General’s Office in support of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against a group of companies. Igor Pushkarev himself in April last year sentenced to 15 years maximum security colonies, having found guilty of distributing federal money between companies controlled by themselves.