04 July 2017, 08:34

"Sberbank" checks information on extortion of money from chief of its branch in Chechnya

The "Sberbank" has launched a check into the information that Magomed Daudov, Speaker of the Chechen Parliament, demanded 30 million roubles from Said-Magomed Djabrailov, the chief of the Chechen branch of the "Sberbank".

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that on July 3, the portal "Kavkaz.Realii" published the information about the inclusion of Said-Magomed Djabrailov in the federal wanted list in connection with his refusal to hand out 30 million roubles at the request of Magomed Daudov, Speaker of the Chechen Parliament. According to the Chechen Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA), Said-Magomed Djabrailov is suspected of illegally cashing the amount exceeding 1 billion roubles through the bank branch led by him and a number of one-day companies.

The press service of the "Sberbank" has reported on the launch of a check into the information published by the portal "Kavkaz.Realii".

"At present, the 'Sberbank' is not able to comment on the situation, since the check into the reported information is underway," said an official of the "Sberbank" as quoted by the "Dozd" (Rain) TV Channel.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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