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The Moscow prosecutor’s office has said that formal charges have been brought against Sergei Tsivilev
The Moscow prosecutor’s office has said that formal charges have been brought against Sergei Tsivilev, the first deputy director general of the MiG Aircraft Corporation. The media reports earlier said that that he had been accused of major fraud. A criminal case was opened against Tsivilev on an attempt to sell to Poland counterfeit parts for MiG-29 fighter jets. An official of the Moscow prosecutor’s office told ITAR-TASS on Wednesday that “charges have been indeed brought against two persons, and the preliminary investigation has been finished”. Apart from Tsivilev, the charges have been brought against Musail Ismailov, the director general of the company Aviaremsnab. According to the media reports, the MiG Aircraft Corporation concluded a contract in last year’s August with the Polish firm Polit-Electronic for an export of new parts for MiG-29. In September 2005, Tsivilev concluded a contract with Ismailov, under which Aviaremsnab was to deliver to the corporation parts worth 18 million roubles (637,000 dollars) for further export to the Polish firm. However, the Federal Security Service seized the parts supplied by Aviaremsnab. A criminal case was then opened on forgery of documents by senior executive officers of the MiG corporation and the supplier company. According to the investigation, some parts for the Polish side had been manufactured back in 1992-1995 and a proportion of them had been received from firms without licences for production of parts for planes. The prosecutor’s office said that false passports and certificates claimed that the parts were new, the newspaper Kommersant reported.
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