Former President of Kyrgyzstan Askar Akayev has been delivered to Bishkek, Kabar news agency reported with reference to the press service of the State Committee for National Security (GKNB) of the country.
Earlier it was reported that the former president of the country Askar Akayev was put on the wanted list as part of a criminal investigation into corruption during the implementation of the Kumtor project.
Akayev, along with other former high-ranking officials, was prosecuted for corruption during the conclusion of the General Agreement on the Kumtor project in 1992, amendments to it in 1994, as well as during the restructuring of the General Agreement with Cameco in 2003 …
Akayev was taken to Bishkek, after which he was immediately handed over to the Interdepartmental Investigation Group.
Currently, Akayev is in the building of the State Committee for National Security, where the necessary investigative actions are being carried out with his participation.
After the revolution in March 2005, Akayev fled to Russia and has remained there to this day.
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