The leadership of the Kaliningrad “Slav” will be judged for the theft of 31 million

Руководство калининградской "Славянки" будут судить за хищение 31 миллиона

Officials of the Kaliningrad branch of OAO Slavyanka, accused of embezzling 31 million rubles, will appear before the court, reported the press service of the main military investigative Department of the investigative Committee of Russia.

Military investigatory management SK the Russian Federation across the Baltic fleet has completed the investigation of the criminal case against the Director of the branch “Kaliningrad”, OJSC “Slavyanka” Efim Ginkus and head of maintenance district No. 2 of Andrew Jongkind.

“In the course of a criminal investigation revealed the theft of cash amounting to more than 31 million rubles, which were allocated to pay for the mowing of grass on the territory of military camps in the spring and summer in 2014”, — stated in the message.

According to investigators, in the period from 15 April to 26 November 2014 Jongkind together with the head of the transport branch of “Slav” Sergei Lived and Hinckus signed the false reports about the number of mechanized mowing grass, collecting, transporting and disposing of grass clippings.

It is also noted that in order to create the appearance of performance of the contract involved in the work of subordinate persons and seasonal workers, whose labor is remunerated at a lower rate.

Hinckus and Jongkind accused of fraud, the maximum penalty of this article is 10 years imprisonment. In addition, Henkus charged with causing especially large damage to property by deception or abuse of trust. Criminal case in relation to Lived is allocated in separate manufacture in connection with the conclusion of with the pre-trial agreement.

“Slav” arose in 2009 on the initiative of former defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov. The main activity of the company – managing the specialized housing Fund of the Ministry of defense, maintenance and servicing of barracks and housing and water supply of military camps.