Andrew Mishalutau worked as a sales manager at one of the companies belonging to businessman Vital Arbuzau.
Artist Nika Sandros has informed that her husband was released on bail from the remand prison.
“We are all totally shocked! Unexpectedly, all of a sudden, the lawyer and I were called to the Prosecutor General’s Office, where the signed the documents related to the release on bail. After that, I had been sitting outside the remand prison doors, waiting. And then he came out. We are home now,” the artist wrote on her Facebook page.
She added she has no idea what the continuation of the story might be – either a trial, or a pardon, or something else.
Andrew Mishalutau worked as a sales manager at one of the companies of the Fenox group, belonging to businessman Vital Arbuzau.
In 2016, the Department of Financial Investigations revealed some underpaid taxes with regard to two companies of the Fenox group. The companies allagedly covered the shortage on the spot. And then, according to Nika Sandros, the law-enforcers started a criminal case over the same fact, and charged the companies with tax evasion. In January 2018, Mishalutau was arrested and placed to the remand prison. He remained in custody even when Arbuzau and other detainees were released. The man did not testify.