SBR: People's Deputy Kovalev's enterprises supply products to Crimea

SBI: People's Deputy Kovalev's enterprises supply products to Crimea

Enterprises controlled by People's Deputy Alexei Kovalev supply products to Crimea and import fuel from the peninsula to the Kherson region . Such facts of cooperation between the parliamentarian expelled from the Servant of the People and the occupiers were reported to the SBI.

– The enterprises controlled by him supply food products to the Autonomous Republic of Crimea with subsequent sale on the territory of Russia, and also import fuel and lubricants to the Kherson region materials from the occupied Crimea.

The deputy ensures the accommodation of the personnel of the occupying forces in the premises of the sanatorium under his control, located in the town of Golaya Pristan, Kherson region, the State Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.

The State Bureau of Investigation said , that back in April, Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova, based on their materials, initiated criminal proceedings due to signs of collaborative activities of the people's deputy.

On June 8, Alexei Kovalev, who is in the Kherson region temporarily occupied by Russia, said that he had attended a meeting of farmers with Sergey Kiriyenko, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Russia.

He made the entry in Russian on his personal Facebook page, not the deputy one. In the post, Kovalyov said that “the closest integration with Russia” is taking place in the Kherson region.

Speaker of the Servant of the People faction Yulia Paliychuk said that Oleksiy Kovalev’s mandate as a people’s deputy would be revoked.

Kovalev was expelled from the faction on May 3rd. On April 7, Alexei Kovalev announced his return to the Kherson region. He explained this by concern for voters.

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