Arrested in Latvia, the founder of the group of companies “MIEL”, the Russian businessman Grigory Koulikov was released from jail on his own recognizance. To change the measure of restraint Kulikov has informed a source “RIA Novosti”.
“Waders on the loose for two weeks,” — said the Agency interlocutor. In a press-service of “Mile” to comment on the situation refused, the Agency said.
Interpol card Kulikov appeared at the end of September 2015 — six months after Russian law enforcement agencies declared him wanted. In December, the Bureau of Interpol in Latvia found Kulikov across the country and put notify the Russian Prosecutor General’s office. She answered already in January conveyed the request for extradition of businessman in Russia. In early June, Kulikov was detained in Jurmala, at the request of the Prosecutor General of Russia.
On June 15 the news Agency LETA reported that Kulikov will be kept in custody as long as the question of his extradition. Representatives of the Latvian Prosecutor’s office explained to the Agency that the decision of the specified maximum period of one year. The reason was the extradition request submitted by the Prosecutor General of Russia. The news Agency then said that the decision to extradite businessman no, the check comes.
On 14 June, the Moscow Arbitration court recognized Kulikova bankrupt.
The case against Kulikova was opened in April 2012. He was suspected of fraud in the construction of the cottage village “Barvikha Village” in the amount of 85,9 million rubles. in the section On the ninth kilometer of Rublevo-Uspenskoe highway is planned to build about 100 individual blocked apartment houses, mixed-use complex with underground Parking, office space and apartments. Construction loan in the amount of $20 million issued to the Bank, but due to later financial crisis, construction stopped.
In March 2015, the court filed Kulikov in absentia charged under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code and declared in Federal search, and in April, the businessman was declared in the international search.