A court in Moscow has convicted Nikita Belykh, a former governor of Russia’s Kirov Region, of large-scale bribery over a 2016 incident, in which he was detained while accepting €400,000 in cash from businessmen.
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A Moscow court on Thursday sentenced the former governor of Russia's central Kirov region to eight years in jail for taking bribes of 400,000 euros. Nikita Belykh was "guilty of receiving huge bribes and sentenced to eight years of ...
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court ordered on Saturday that Nikita Belykh, the governor of the Kirov region, should be taken into custody for two months, TASS news agency reported.
Kirov governor Nikita Belykh was arrested by Moscow court in suspection of taking a $450,000 bribe.
Lawyer of the detained governor of the Russia's Kirov region, Nikita Belykh, Vadim Prokhorov said that in any event the case of Belykh will reach the European Court of Human Rights.