Moscow. 22 July. INTERFAX.RU – The Khamovniki Court of Moscow sentenced Vladimir Grachev, former adviser to the director general of Rosatom state corporation and ex-head of the State Duma committee on ecology, Vladimir Grachev, to three years in prison in a criminal case of fraud, the press service of the court told Interfax.
He was also fined 500 thousand rubles and banned for two years „to engage in activities related to expert, scientific support of state bodies and organizations, the provision of advisory services to state bodies and organizations performing expert functions.”
Grachev was found guilty of attempted particularly large-scale fraud (part 3 of article 30 of the Criminal Code – part 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code).
He was detained in September 2020 and placed under house arrest.
The investigation and the court established that Grachev demanded a total of several tens of millions of rubles from businessmen whose company is engaged in waste processing in order to promote the interests of the enterprise. The media reported that it was about 87 million rubles.