The accounts of the companies of the Suma Group of the Magomedov brothers were arrested

The Tverskoi Court of Moscow arrested the bank accounts of virtually all the structures in which the "Sum" Group owned significant shares. Among the victims - Podolsk Electromechanical Plant, which produces products for the Russian missile forces.
Tver court of Moscow today announced the arrest of a number of assets in the criminal case of the co-owner of the "Sum" group Ziyavudin Magomedov and his brother Magomed Magomedov. They are charged with creating a criminal community to steal budget funds through companies that are structurally part of the "Sum". The damage to the case is still estimated at 2.5 billion rubles., The defendants categorically deny involvement in any illegal actions.

The fact that the Tverskoy Court of Moscow arrested the bank accounts of the Yakutsk Fuel and Energy Company, the Podolsky Electromechanical Plant and the United Grain Company within the framework of the case of the co-owner of the Suma group Ziyavudin Magomedov and his brother Magomed Magomedov was reported today in the court itself. However, this provisional measure was imposed earlier. Also under arrest were the personal accounts of the Magomedov brothers and their property, including shares in various firms, cars and apartments. It should be noted that in all the structures of Suma, whose accounts are under arrest, they say that this circumstance did not affect their activity in any way.

Artem Maksidov, Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov, as well as the former head of the company "Intex" controlled by "Summa" are now in custody. The term of their arrest was last extended until 5 August. All three categorically deny involvement in any crimes.

Recall, the defendants are charged with organizing the criminal association and participation in it (Article 210 of the Criminal Code), several incidents of fraud (Article 159 of the Criminal Code) and embezzlement (Article 160) of the Criminal Code. From the plot of the accusation, according to Kommersant sources in law enforcement agencies, it followed that Ziyavudin Magomedov, being the leader of the OPS, was responsible for it in the economy, and his brother Magomed provided political and military cover for illegal operations. Their closest associate, in this case, according to investigators, was Arthur Maxidov. The charge said that the Magomedov brothers organized six episodes of fraud and one embezzlement, the damage from which exceeded 2.5 billion rubles.

Two incriminated episodes, according to the investigation, were related to the preparation of two facilities for the World Cup, which is now in Russia.