Abyzov case ,
Feb 10, 20:27
The court, at the request of the bailiffs, recovered 100% of Abyzov’s share in the authorized capital of RU-COM
The decision was made as part of the recovery of 32.5 billion rubles from the ex-minister. in favor of the state at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office. Abyzov is accused of fraud and money laundering
The Gagarinsky Court of Moscow satisfied the request of the bailiffs to recover the share of the former Minister for “Open Government”, businessman Mikhail Abyzov in the authorized capital of RU-COM, said TASS press secretary of the court Anastasia Igoshina. The companies were also banned from selling property, she said.
The lawsuit from bailiff Konstantin Kharlamov was registered August 2 last year. The Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) wanted to take Abyzov’s company as part of the recovery of more than 32.5 billion rubles from him. on the claim of the Prosecutor General’s Office, which the court satisfied in October 2020, turning the funds belonging to the former minister into state revenue.
RU-COM united Abyzov’s assets in the field of energy and energy engineering, which he bought out in the 2000s during the division of RAO UES of Russia. In 2018, the assets of RU-COM were sold to the Siberian Generation Company, and now it owns only the unprofitable company RU-COM-invest, which does not conduct any economic activity.
Minister-animator: how Mikhail Abyzov ended up in the government and in jail
Abyzov coordinated the activities of the “open government” from May 21, 2012 to May 18, 2018, and in March 2019 he was arrested. According to investigators, the ex-minister created a criminal community with five other people and fraudulently stole 4 billion rubles from the shareholders of Siberian Energy Company OJSC (part of the RU-COM group) and Regional Electric Networks OJSC. In addition, the defendants are suspected of being involved in illegal business activities, the income from which amounted to more than 32.5 billion rubles.