The co-founder of the Rostagroexport group of companies, Yuri Izachik, partner of the deceased founder of the company, Boris Alexandrov, has been put on the international wanted list within the framework of a criminal case on coercion into a transaction. About it informs TASS citing a law enforcement source.
According to the agency, businessman Leonid Belilovsky was also put on the wanted list in this case.
“The investigation issued a decision recognizing Izachik and Belilovsky as defendants under Part 2 of Art. 179 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Then they were put on the federal and international wanted list, ”the agency’s source said. He added that Izachik owned 100% of the authorized capital of this company, the source said.
The receipt of applications for the arrest in absentia of those on the wanted list is reported on the official website Tverskoy court of Moscow. Now the applications have only been registered, one case is scheduled for consideration at 12:00 Moscow time on November 9.
Izachik previously filed two lawsuits in the Arbitration Court of the Moscow Region against representatives of the company’s top management. Izachik transferred in June 2021 most of his share (85%) under a donation agreement to the defendants, who until that moment were the company’s management employees. In court, he wants to challenge the donation contract.
Rostagroexport was founded in 1995 by Boris Aleksandrov, Yuri Izachik and Leonid Mikirtumov. It unites three factories in the Moscow region, Saratov and Kaliningrad, where it manufactures fermented milk products and glazed curds. The most famous brand of the company is “B. Yu. Alexandrov “. After Aleksandrov’s death in November 2020, a corporate-inheritance dispute began in the company.