In the Ministry of internal Affairs of Kuban did not investigate the case against Anatoly Loktionova

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Adevaratele Loktionov. Archival photoIn the Ministry of internal Affairs of Kuban did not investigate the case against Anatoly Loktionova© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Agaev

Kuban investigators not investigating a criminal case against returning last week from the UK to Russia party «the London list» — former Vice-President of Rosneft, Anatoly Loktionova, told RIA Novosti in the Department of internal Affairs in Krasnodar region.

In early February, the business Ombudsman Boris Titov announced the names of the entrepreneurs who are hiding from Russian justice in the UK and other countries, but would like to return home. Last Thursday he returned to Russia, one of the defendants in the «London list» — former Vice-President «Rosneft» Anatoly Loktionov.

According to the press service Titov criminal case against Loktionova was opened in Krasnodar in 2010. He was accused of theft from the shareholder of the development company DB Development Dmitry Garkusha more than 100 million rubles.

It was reported that on arrival in respect Loktionov was conducted necessary investigative actions, the investigator chose the bar of the house.

«Investigative departments of the Moi of Russia for the Krasnodar territory the criminal case in the relation of a given person not being investigated,» — said at the Kuban Central Board of the Ministry of interior to the request of the Agency regarding the criminal case against Loktionov.

Returning to Russia in the framework of the «list Titov» Loktionov intends to remain in the country after the completion of the investigation to resume business activities. Loktionov became the sixth person involved in the list, returned to Russia since the beginning of this year.

Earlier, Titov told journalists that four people from the «London list» can return to Russia until the end of the year, all restrictions to their return shot. Just at present, «the London list» includes 52 people, 38 of them the possibility of returning to Russia.

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