Sitting behind bars, the head of the Summa group, after selling its stake in NCSP, is preparing a deal to sell its stake in the Transcontainer railway operator.
The amount of the transaction could be up to 750 million dollars.
The court found out that Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov, accused of fraud for 2.5 billion rubles, have not spoken to each other for several years.
But "Transneft" is striving for its removal.
The court arrested the accounts of a group of Magomedov brothers. Before that, their personal accounts were arrested.
A member of the United Russia expert council, Yuri Kotler, who was found dead, filed a suit against the Novorossiysk commercial sea port, where he previously worked as deputy general director. On May 8, 2018, the Moscow Arbitration Court declared bankruptcy because of a debt of 49 million rubles.
The activities of Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov were chaotic: brothers engaged in trade, received orders through acquaintances, accumulated a heap of disparate assets, in which, as a rule, they had no control.
The Magomedov brothers who are behind bars in jail, accused of creating an organized criminal community, are no longer partners in NCSP for Nikolai Tokarev.
In Moscow, the brothers Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov, owners of the Suma Group, were arrested for 2 months on suspicion of organizing a criminal community. Their arrest could hit a relative of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, businessman Alexander Vinokurov, who previously headed Summa for three years.
Dagestan billionaires are pursuing setbacks and their business seems to have come to an end.
Ziyavudin Magomedov was detained in the embezzlement case, searches were carried out in the "Sum" group.
She buys a share of Suma in NCSP.
Instead of the promised investments in their native Dagestan, the Magomedov oligarchs are mastering republican funds.
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