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 Court imposes pretrial arrest for two months and bail of 200 million hryvnia on Kurchenko’s ex-manager

Holosiivskyi district court of Kyiv has imposed a pretrial restriction against Andrii Koshel - the former CEO of the ill-famed VETEK he co-owned together with fugitive oligarch Serhii Kurchenko.

Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainska Pravda.

According to the court ruling, Koshel has been arrested for two months. He was set a bail in the amount of 200 million hryvnia ($8 million).

Read more: Mastermind behind Kurchenko's shadow schemes detained, - Prosecutor General Lutsenko

Earlier, Koshel was detained June 12 while attempting to cross the border with Poland. He is a suspect in the criminal case related to offenses committed during sale of liquefied natural gas at specialized auctions and is charged under three articles within the criminal proceedings. The dagger with engraved inscription "The security service of the Russian president" was found on him as he was searched.

Accordance to the VETEK's statutory documents, Koshel is the company's CEO and its co-founder. He vested 100 million hryvnia in the company. Koshel was informally regarded to as Kurchenko's associate.

Read more: Kurchenko suspected of running crime ring involved in offenses with LPG transactions, - PGO

 
 
 
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