The co-owner of the Suma group Magomed Magomedov considers it improper to accuse him of involvement in an organized criminal community. According to him, he practically did not communicate with his brother Ziyavudin Magomedov in 2014.
The Moscow City Court left the co-owners of the "Summa" group until May 30.
It is assumed that they will go to pay damages of 2.5 billion rubles in their case.
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.
The owners of the "Summa" group of brothers Magomedov were arrested on suspicion of creating and managing a criminal group since 2010.
Dagestan billionaires are pursuing setbacks and their business seems to have come to an end.
Forbes has been ranking the most successful entrepreneurial dynasties for four years consequently. The cumulative wealth of the ten richest families of Russia over the past year has increased by $2 billion, up to $27 billion. In three of them, newcomers appeared who received shares in business.
In the case of a bankrupt Podolsky Electromechanical Plant, a new turn has been made - the Russian Criminal Code officially recognized the fact of large-scale theft.