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Ukraine's Anti-Corruption Bureau told details of detention of businessman, criminal organization head

Investigation considers Alperin to be head of criminal organization that committed crimes related to fraud with customs clearance of goods at low prices
22:41, 27 November 2019

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The National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) detained businessman Vadym Alperin. NABU page on Facebook stated this.

"A person has just been detained, whom the investigation considers being the head of a criminal organization that committed crimes related to fraud with customs clearance of goods at low prices imported into Ukraine," the statement said.

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The investigation considers Alperin to be the head of a criminal organization that committed crimes related to fraud with customs clearance of goods imported to Ukraine at low prices.

"We can confirm the very fact of the detention of a person whom the investigation considers to be the head of a criminal organization that committed certain crimes related to fraud with customs clearance at a significantly lower customs value of goods imported to Ukraine," Oksana Mytnytska, head of the NABU press service, reports.

As a result of such customs clearance at low prices, the budget of Ukraine received less than $3 million.

As we reported, case officers of the internal security department of the Security Service of Ukraine together with detectives of the State Bureau of Investigation have exposed the management of the Department of State Secrets Protection and Licensing of the Service in extortion of illegal benefits.

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