In Italy, the property of the former head of the Cosmos NGO was sold for 7.2 million euros.
The former head of the Cosmos NGO, Andrei Chernyakov, will not be extradited to Russia.
The former president of the NGO Kosmos asked Poland to be immediately given away by two Russian departments
The Warsaw Court of Appeal authorized the extradition of Andrei Chernyakov to the Russian Federation. The final decision remains with the Ministry of Justice of Poland.
The list of Andrei Chernyakov's losses sounds directly poetic: a bamboo grove, an olive orchard, a vineyard, and an old (15th century) mansion attached to them.
NGO Cosmos has been captured by the people involved in scandals with offshore salaries and bribery of Forbes.
The case of the ex-owner of Cosmos, Andrey Chernyakov, can serve as an example how to make the Russian fugitives bankrupt.
Defenders of Andrey Chernyakov, accused of stealing a loan of 12 billion rubles from the Bank of Moscow, appealed against the arrest of his villa in Italy and restrictions on personal spending in the UK.
Andrey Chernyakov was deprived of his aircrafts and Rolls-Royce.
President of NPO Cosmos Andrey Chernyakov is accused of large scale credit fraud.
A criminal case was initiated on the theft of 11 billion rubles by the company from the Bank of Moscow.