Petrotel Lukoil, Lukoil Europe Holdings companies indicted in money laundering case

Prosecutors with the Ploiesti Court of Appeals have decided on Monday to prosecute the Petrotel Lukoil Compay of Ploiesti and the Lukoil Europe Holdings of Netherlands for money laundering, use of the company’s money in bad faith and complicity in money laundering, Agerpres informs.

According to a press release posted on the Public Ministry’s official website, several persons with the Petrotel Lukoil Ploiesti management, including some Russian citizens were sent to justice in the same criminal case .

The indictment includes Petrotel Lukoil Ploiesti CEO and member of the Board Andrey Bogdanov (Russian citizen), accused of using the company’s money in bad faith and money laundering; Russian nationals Alexey Voinstev, deputy CEO with the said company based in Ploiesti, accused of being an accessory in the use the company’s money in bad faith, and Olga Kuzina, also a deputy CEO with the Petrotel Lukoil Ploiesti, as accessory in using the company’s money in bad faith and in money laundering; Moldovan citizen Andrei Rata, member of the Board of Petrotel Lukoil Ploiesti, for the same charges of use in bad faith of the company’s money and money laundering; and Romanians Dan Danulescu, deputy CEO in the Ploiesti company and Dorel Dutu, chief-accountant with the Petrotel Lukoil Ploiesti, both on the same two criminal counts.

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