Prigozhin asked the Prosecutor General's Office to check Beglov for the creation of an organized crime group

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Prigozhin asked the Prosecutor General's Office to check Beglov for the creation of an organized crime group
Prigozhin asked the Prosecutor General's Office to check Beglov for the creation of an organized crime group
31 October, 15:53SocietyPhoto: Соцсети
Businessman, owner of the Concord company and founder of Wagner PMC Yevgeny Prigozhinreported on an appeal to the Prosecutor General's Office with a request to check the governor of St. Petersburg Beglov.

The entrepreneur convicted the head of the city of creating an organized criminal community in the northern capital of Russia.

"Today, October 31, 2022, I, Prigozhin Yevgeny Viktorovich, sent a statement about a crime to the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation with a request to check on the possible fact that Governor Beglov A.D. an organized criminal community on the territory of St. Petersburg in order to plunder the state budget and enrich the corrupt officials who are in his entourage", - the press service of the Concord company quotes Prigozhin on the VKontakte social network.

The report did not disclose the details of the application sent to the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation. The creator of PMC Wagner stressed that he would not publish the text of the appeal until the verification was completed. According to the businessman, a copy of the statement was sent to the head of St. Petersburg.

In response to requests from the Peterburgsky Vestnik publication, Prigogine stressed that he had no plans to enter politics. His answer was published by the press service of the Concord company.

“In terms of growing popularity, I don’t aim for popularity. My task is to fulfill my duty to the Motherland and today I do not plan to open any parties, much less go into politics", - he said.

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