In the self-proclaimed Luhansk people's Republic for abuse of office detained the head of Ministry of fuel, energy And coal industry of Ukraine Dmitry Lyamin, told Last news on the first day weekend, the press service of the MGB LNR.
"On October 17 during the criminal case upon Commission by officials of action beyond the limits provided by legislative act LNR rights And powers which have entailed essential infringement And legitimate interests of society And the country, I.e. lawlessness under part 3 of article 354 of the criminal code of the LC, employees of the MGB And the Ministry of internal Affairs of LNR with the punishment of the head of the Republic Igor Carpenter was arrested the head of Ministry of fuel, energy And coal industry of LNR Dmitry Lyamin," - said the press service.
according to the MGB, being in conspiracy with the right hand of the famous Ukrainian crime boss of Yura enakiyevsky some I. Abraham, " the head of the Ministry adhere strictly to the orders of crime bosses on the smuggling of coal And transfer under the supervision of the criminals strategically important factories of the Republic fuel-energy sector ".
in a press-service have told that, according to the Ministry, a special dissemination activity Liamin received in the coal industry: using his official position, during the period from January to September 2015 illegally sold to Ukraine more than 3, 3 million tons of coal products, representing more than 88% of the total produced And realized by the Republic coal.
"His fraud he was conducting through its control of firms that have no registration And do not make payments to the budget ", - explained in the Ministry.
in the end, illegal activities Liamin, according to the MGB, the economy LNR harmed in the amount of about 350 million rubles..
"in addition, the company used 75-80% of rail transportation of the Republic, while the railway fare they have paid. Undrawn profits of the Luhansk Railways only in September of the current year is about 69 million rubles ", - told the press service.