Censor.NET reports citing the SBU press center.
The statement reads: "The Security Service officers exposed entrepreneurs in Kyiv in late November. A part of their business continued operating in the temporarily occupied territory.
"The law enforcers have found that the entrepreneurs were transferring a share of revenues generated by their supermarkets to illegal terrorists' agencies.
"One of the company's senior executives was served a notice of suspicion of committing a crime as part of the criminal proceedings initiated under part 1 of the article 258-5 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
"The court imposed pre-trial custody against the detainee.
"The measures to bring to justice all business owners and executives involved in the illegal transactions are being taken," the report reads.
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