The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) reported suspicions against the president of the CSKA football club Yevgeny Giner. The department announced this on August 4 in its Telegram.
A criminal case was initiated under Part 5 of Art. 27, part 3 of Art. 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (“Aiding in encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine”).
The SBU said that Giner, as the owner of the Design Bureau of Automatic Lines named after Koshkin, allegedly ensured the supply of ammunition for the Russian army.
The ministry also reported that Giner is allegedly a beneficiary of the VS Energy International Ukraine group of companies, which includes a number of Ukrainian energy companies. He also allegedly owns hotels, metallurgical plants and shopping centers throughout the country.
The SBU noted that Giner faces life imprisonment with confiscation of property.
Earlier, on July 6, the SBU announced a new suspicion under the article on treason against the leader of the Shariy Party, banned in the country, Anatoly Shariy. According to investigators, Shariy allegedly helped the Russian side in preparing and distributing fake video materials of the interrogation of Ukrainian prisoners of war. The blogger allegedly personally supervised the FSB officers, pointed out how to film correctly and what questions to ask.