A criminal case will not affect the projects in St. Petersburg, said at the Renaissance

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Conducted by FSB officers raided a construction company Renaissance Construction and a criminal case will not affect the company’s projects in St. Petersburg, said Thursday RIA Estate is the official representative of the Renaissance.

FSB officers on Tuesday carried out searches in the case of violation of currency legislation in the St. Petersburg office of Renaissance Construction is the General contractor of building in Petersburg of a business complex «Lahta-the centre». According to a source RIA Novosti, investigations related to illegal withdrawal abroad more than 100 billion rubles.

«This situation will not affect the projects in which the company participates. We guarantee that all commitments are fulfilled and all facilities will be completed,» — said the representative of the company.

Previously the company announced that Renaissance denies the allegations, and stressed that the criminal case has nothing to do with the construction of «Lakhta center».

An international construction company Renaissance Construction, member of the Turkish Rönesans holding, in 2014, was selected as General contractor in the Petersburg public and business high-rise complex «Lahta center» for «Gazprom». Submission of a skyscraper scheduled for 2018.

In addition, the Renaissance is involved as a contractor in the construction of the business center Renaissance Fontanka, and also among the investors in the satellite city «South» project for the integrated development of the territory in the Pushkin district of St. Petersburg.

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