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The court made a new decision in the case of a fire in the camp "Holdomi"

The court made a new decision in the case of a fire in the camp "Holdomi"
Photo: Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations for Khabarovsk Territory

The owner of the Kholdomi ski complex, Vitaly Burlakov, was kept in custody, and the preventive measure was also left the same for the camp director Maxim Kuznetsov and the head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations Eduard Novgorodtsev. The Khabarovsk Regional Court refused to satisfy the appeals against the defendants in the case of the fire in the Kholdomi camp.

As the RIA News referring to lawyer Alexei Kozlov, the court upheld the preventive measure against Vitaly Burlakov, he will remain in custody until March 23. Also, by the decision of the court, Maxim Kuznetsov will remain in custody, and Eduard Novgorodtsev - under house arrest.

The persons involved in the case have already tried to challenge the court’s decision, but he only extended the terms of detention. Only the Ministry of Emergency Situations Eduard Novgorodtsev was replaced by a preventive measure for house arrest.

The fire in the Holdomi children's campground occurred in July 2019, four children were killed, and another 12 people suffered. Children’s holidays were organized there without necessary permissions. According to the Prosecutor General, the cause of the death of children was poor check camps before its opening. At the end of the year, the Khabarovsk OFAS Commission found violations of the Law on Protection of Competition when purchasing tents for the summer camp "Holdomi".

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