Top manager of Aeroflot appeals against detention in embezzlement case
MOSCOW, October 4 (RAPSI) - Deputy CEO of Aeroflot air carrier Vladimir Aleksandrov, who stands charged with large-scale embezzlement , has filed an appeal against a ruling on his detention as part of the case, his attorney Andrey Grivtsov has told RAPSI.
The Basmanny District Court of Moscow ordered his detention until November 30 on Wednesday.
Aleksandrov has allegedly committed the crime in rendering legal services to the company in the amount at least 250 million rubles (about $4 million). From 2016 to 2017, the defendant worked in the airline’s legal department and was engaged in external legal services provided for the company at the rate of 350 euros per hour, the case papers read.
The defendant pleads not guilty.
Other defendants in the case are lawyers of the Moscow Region bar association Dina Kibets and Alexandra Slivko, and ex-employee of Aeroflot’s legal department Tatyana Davydova.