The Moldovan government discussed the course of recovery of assets lost as a result of bank fraud, and the existing problems.
The meeting, held by Prime Minister Ion Chicu, was attended by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance Sergiu Puscuta, Minister of Justice Fadei Nagacevschi, Director of the National Anti-Corruption Center Ruslan Flocea, representatives of the leadership of the National Bank, the leadership of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other officials. At the beginning of the meeting, Ion Chicu said that some debtors are trying to use different scenarios to take their assets out of custody. “We have cases where some judges release bail without taking into account circumstances and evidence. We must study the situation and prevent debtors from loss avoidance, ”the prime minister said. The leadership of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Moldova informed about the attempts of some companies to obtain a certificate attesting to force majeure circumstances, creating a causal relationship with bank fraud. During the meeting, information was provided on attempts to use other events to influence trials. State agencies were urged to urgently contact national investigative authorities and take all necessary measures to prevent debtors from evading payment of adverse loans. //26.02.2020 — InfoMarket.