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In Moscow detained a former Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan

The police of Moscow on the request of the Uzbek authorities detained the former Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Valery Ataev, who is accused at home of embezzling budget and abuse of power, reports LifeNews.

The Russian foreign Ministry refused to transfer data to the Uzbek authorities because Atayev received Russian citizenship.

The detainee was released but required to appear in the Prosecutor’s office to testify.

Ataev himself claims he is innocent and claims that the Uzbek authorities began a hunt for him after he took Russian citizenship.




In Moscow detained a former Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan 22.12.2015

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