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Artem Chaika: my business partners – people self

Артём Чайка: мои бизнес-партнёры - люди самостоятельные

The son of the Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika commented on the allegations on suspicion of involvement in the criminal world. According to him, he has no relation to acts committed by its business partners.

Interview with Artyom Chaika managed to the representative of the “Open Russia” Pauline Nemirovsky, who was returning from the Summit for human rights and democracy in Geneva airport and aboard the flight “London — Moscow”. According to Nemirovsky, first cousin of the Prosecutor General denied any connection with the family of Seagulls.

Later on a question about allegations of his involvement in the murders Artem Chaika said that his business colleagues are “independent”, the work of Nemirovsky called “foul”. To answer other questions, he refused.

On 1 December the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) Alexei Navalny published its own investigation into the involvement of the Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika and his son to criminal activity. In particular, they were suspected of collaboration with the family Tsapkov — Angela-Maria and Sergey Tsapok. The last sentenced to life imprisonment for joint with Vyacheslav Tapovanam the murder of twelve people, including four children.

Earlier, Yuri Chaika said that the investigation against his family is ordered, the customer is a British businessman William Browder. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov on a question about the awareness of the authorities on the investigation said that with checking gosdeyateley not familiar.

According to FBK, Artem Chaika and ex-wife of the public Prosecutor, among others, own Greek hotel Pomegranate. Business partner Yuri Chaika, Olga Lopatina is mentioned along with Angela Maria Tsapok and Natalia Tsepovyaz, the wife of Vyacheslav, a co-owner of the company “the Kuban Sugar”.

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