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Former Russian military official gets twelvefold fine for taking $3,000 bribe

15:03 13/03/2020

MOSCOW, March 13 (RAPSI) - A former chief of a military representative office of the Russian Defense Ministry Alexander Kuzmin has been sentenced to a 2.5-million-ruble (about $35,000) fine for receiving a 200,000-ruble bribe (nearly $3,000), according to the Investigative Committee’s press service.

The former military official has been also banned from holding command functions posts in central and local authorities for 2 years.

According to investigators, from February to June 2018, Kuzmin took the bribe from a representative of the Scientific Industrial Enterprise Zvezda for the unchecked production acceptance on a state contract.


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Former Russian military official gets twelvefold fine for taking $3,000 bribe

15:03 13/03/2020 A former chief of a military representative office of the Russian Defense Ministry Alexander Kuzmin has been sentenced to a 2.5-million-ruble (about $35,000) fine for receiving a 200,000-ruble bribe (nearly $3,000).
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