Russia has made Browder on the Interpol list

Russia has made Browder on the Interpol list

Moscow. 22 Oct. INTERFAX.RU — Russia has placed the British businessman William Browder on the wanted list of Interpol, said Sunday The Guardian.

According to the newspaper, the move was sanctioned by President Vladimir Putin. Russia has made Browder to the list on Saturday, taking advantage of the right to unilaterally place names-wanted to request for the arrest. Browder said that he told the Department of homeland security.

William Browder is a British citizen, is wanted in Russia. Currently, the Tver court of Moscow considers a criminal case Browder and his business partner Ivan Cherkasov, accused of three counts of premeditated bankruptcy.

The amount of damage caused by them, according to the prosecution, is 3.5 billion rubles. The victims in the case are three branches of management FNS across Moscow, which in the framework of the criminal case stated to the defendants a civil action for the amount of damages.

Members of Interpol, the international police, including 190 countries. The headquarters of the organization is located in France.