Former president of Inteko Oleg Soloshchansky became a witness in the embezzlement case. This was reported on August 6 by Interfax, citing a source surrounded by the businessman.
“Soloshchansky was released after interrogation, at about 2:30 am. He was interrogated as a witness in a criminal case for causing damage during the reconstruction of the Polytechnic Museum, ”the agency’s source said.
He noted that Soloshchansky did not participate in construction work at this facility, but intends to cooperate with the investigation. The businessman’s lawyer Alexander Asins confirmed this information and announced the continuation of investigative actions with his client as a witness.
Searches were carried out yesterday in Soloshchansky’s apartment in Granatny Lane in Moscow. According to Asins, law enforcement officials refused to let the lawyer into the apartment. Neither he nor his client was informed of what the search was connected with.
In 2017, Soloshchansky decided not to be a member of the new Board of Directors of Inteko.