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Vitaly Nakhlupin was detained on October 17 in Moscow. At the same time, the Russian security forces came with searches to the structures he was supervising. The Crimean "management" of the FSB reported that the Investigative Committee of Russia was dealing with Nakhlupin’s case.
 
The “Deputy Prime Minister” of the annexed Crimea, Vitaly Nakhlupin, the “ex-Deputy Minister of Transport” Valentin Dukorsky and the former “First Deputy Head of the Competition Policy Committee” Yaroslav Slivka were arrested in Moscow for two months, the press service of the Basmanny District Court of Moscow reported.

“On the eve, the court chose a preventive measure in the form of detention until December 16, 2018 for Nakhlupin, Dukorsky and Slivka. All three were charged under part 29 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.”

They were accused of taking bribes on a large scale.
 
The Crimean “government” appointed the new “Vice-Premier” Yury Gotsanyuk to be the next supervisor of the federal programs for the development of the annexed peninsula. This order was published on the official portal of the Crimean "government".

“To authorize the Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea Yury Mikhailovich Gotsanyuk to sign agreements on the provision of subsidies from the federal budget related to the implementation of federal programs and state programs of the Republic of Crimea in the areas of economic development, industry, transport, sports on behalf of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea,” the document said.

Reference: The arrested Vitaly Nakhlupin was born in the city of Makiivka, Donetsk region. He came to Crimea with Makiivka team of Prime Minister Vasily Dzharty’s (Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Crimea from March 2010 to August 2011). In 2010 he became a member of the Crimean parliament. In 2016, after the annexation of the peninsula by Russia, he became the “Vice-premier” of the Crimea.
 
Source: Pod pritselom, Kryminfiorm

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