The founder of the canned fish manufacturer Lukomorye was arrested in absentia

Sergei Lukashevsky, founder of the fish processing company Lukomorye, was arrested in absentia by decision of the Tverskoy Court of Moscow. Earlier, the court also issued a warrant for the arrest of the company's CEO Dmitry Lukashevsky. January 19 the brothers were announced on the international wanted list in a case of tax evasion on an especially large scale (Article 199 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).

“The court granted the investigator’s petition and chose in absentia a preventive measure for Lukashevsky in the form of detention for a period of two months from the moment of detention on the territory of the Russian Federation or from the moment of extradition,” the press service of the court told RIA Novosti.

"Lukomorye" is engaged in the production of preserves, caviar, smoked and chilled fish. The company was founded in 1999 and at various times cooperated with retailers Vkusvill, Dixy, Victoria, Spar and X5 Retail Group. In September 2021, the leaders of Lukomorye left Russia.

Andrey Sapozhnikov

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