The Crimean Prosecutor’s office handed over the arrested ship “Nord” Nacagent on the identification, investigation and management of assets derived from corruption and other crimes / photo dpsu.gov.ua
The Prosecutor’s office of Autonomous Republic of Crimea today handed over the arrested ship “Nord” National Agency of Ukraine on identification, investigation and management of assets derived from corruption and other crimes (ARMA).
As reported by the press service of the Prosecutor of the ARC, a material evidence in criminal proceedings – the ship SCHs “Nord” (hull number M-13-0057) transferred to the Agency for investigation and management of assets pursuant to the decision of Kherson city court of the Kherson region.
“The purpose of the transfer of the vessel – the implementation of all management activities with the aim of maintaining or increasing the value of assets or the transfer of assets under management on the basis of a management agreement or disposition of, or realization of the asset with the subsequent placement of cash in accounts at state banks before the end of criminal proceedings”, – noted the head of Department of Prosecutor’s office of Crimea Eugene Komorowski.
This decision was made with the purpose of saving budget funds spent for the maintenance of the arrested vessel in the territory of sea port Berdyansk.
Read takeachance the Prosecutor’s office reported about suspicion to the captain of the ship “Nord”
As UNIAN reported earlier, March 25, Ukrainian border guards detained in the sea of Azov fishing boat “Nord”. The ship, registered in the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea, was under the flag of Russia. On Board were a crew of 10 people, all had passports of citizens of the Russian Federation.
The captain of the ship “Nord” Vladimir Gorbenko, who had provided the illegal exit of the crew from the occupied Crimea with the purpose of industrial fishing, threatens till 5 years of imprisonment. He is accused of committing criminal offenses under part 1 of article 249 (illegal fishing) and part 2 of article 332-1 (violation of the order of entry and exit from the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine) of the Criminal code.
On 18 July the Deputy head of Department of Prosecutor’s office of Crimea Igor Rebrov said that the crew of “Nord” is free to return to the Crimea for Ukrainian passports issued prior to the occupation of the Peninsula by Russia.
On 4 October the Prosecutor’s office sent the indictment against the captain of the ship “Nord” in the court of Appeal of Kiev to determine jurisdiction.