INDICTMENT AGAINST ENTREPRENEUR GAGIK BGHDOYAN IN COMPLICITY IN KIDNAPPING VICE PRESIDENT OF "LUKOIL" COMPANY WAIVED

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Moscow Office of Public Prosecutor has waived all the indictments against Armenian entrepreneur Gagik Bghdoyan, who was suspected in participation in the kidnapping of the vice president of "LukOil" Sergey Kukura. The indictments against Bghdoyan of other criminal cases brought after the businessman's voluntary arrival in Moscow in order to give evidence to the Moscow Office of Public Prosecutor, have also been waved.
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