Laundromat. Moldovan Milliardomat.
Harsh times begun for „Banca de Economii” only after 2009, when communists were taken down from the Government of Republic of Moldova by the "Alliance for European Integration" led by Prime Minister Vlad Filat, deputy Veaceslav Platon also being part of it. Platon led the first blow to Banca de Economii between 2010-2011, when he sold non-performing loans taken from his bank “MoldIndConBank” by company also controlled by him, „MoldCarton”, „Fabrica de Carne din Ungheni” etc. to “Banca de Economii”. Therefore, Platon got rid of his bank's loans, those having been thrown to Banca de Economii.
The thefts from Banca de Economii became bigger, using companies of Piotr Tomailî and Valentin Bodiștean, associates of Vlad Filat, non-performing loans were taken from Banca de Economii worth hundreds of millions of lei. Companies such as “Aroma” or „Moldresurse” have taken from the state's bank loans worth hundreds of millions lei, having no intention of ever returning them. The credits were most the times taken through interleaved companies, while properties that did not amounted to at least 10% of the loan were pledged, their market value being exaggerated. The loans were offered through the decision of the bank's chairman, Grigore Gacikevici, at the personal intervention of Vlad Filat. The price, or better said the rebate of such credit being 30% of its value. After the loan was signed, Grigore Gacikevici would receive 10%, while Vlad Filat - 20%.
It lasted to 2012, when a report of the IMF monitoring mission appeared, rising alarms regarding the situation from Banca de Economii. Still, authorities from Chisinau claimed to have everything under control. Despite the fact that in 2012, Banca de Economii had a hole of 3 billion lei, around 200 million USD. In other words, 20% of the billion was already stolen from Republic of Moldova's banking system.
The state's bank system was on the verge of collapse, taking down with it Moldova's financial system, situation desired by FSB. Russian services sought to destroy the pro-European Government and wreck the agreements signed between Republic of Moldova and Ukraine with EU, negotiations being in their last stages. The collapse of the financial system and disability in the society would cause a massive setback in relations between Moldova and EU, therefore Russian services started preparing the final blow, that would crumble Moldova's financial system. Another player of FSB then appeared, Ilan Shor, who was support to assist Veaceslav Platon in completely crushing Moldova's bank system and the whole country along with it.
Unlike raider Veaceslav Platon, in 2012-2013, Ilan Shor was a young entrepreneur, born in Israel, unknown in Republic of Moldova, heir of duty-free shops of his father Miron Shor, that were launched in Chisinau back in 90s under the protection of President Mircea Snegu. The businessman was better known for his wedding from August 2011, when he married renown singer from Moscow Jasmin, relations which caused Shor to enter certain circles from Russia, close to special services.
The duty-free shops brought Ilan Shor closer to Moldova's borders, patronized by Vlad Filat in the governing alliance in Chisinau. The Moldovan customs have linked the entrepreneur with Moldova's Prime Minister, but also with influential entourage of the head of the Russian customs, KGB (FSB) General, Andrei Belianinov, previously mentioned, an associate of Vladimir Putin.
General Andrei Belianinov and his son-in-law Serguey Lobanov, owners of a company from Moscow “Arsenal”, a monopolist in the field of guaranteeing customs duties in front of the Russian customs, managed hundreds of millions of USD that came from corrupt scheme at Russian customs, that also needed to be laundered, through a similar plan used by Platon. Therefore, under the protection of President Putin, just like Platon's money laundering group and gaining through Ilan Shor necessary connections to Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat, Belianinov and Lobanov, along with their FSB group, decided to launch another two money laundering schemes in Chisinau through Ilan Shor, that will be implemented along those of Veaceslav Platon and with his direct involvement and coordination.
Therefore, Russian special services divided the attack upon Moldova's financial system between Veaceslav Platon and Ilan Shor. The latter acquires in 2012, with money laundered from Moscow, shares of “Unibank” and „Banca Sociala”, the last banks from Chisinau that were not yet touched by Platon. According to Kroll 2, Shor laundered along with Platon 2.9 billion USD.
After Ilan Shor successfully took over the two banks, Veaceslav Platon, who knew of the 200 million USD lack from „Banca de Economii”, created by Gacikevici and Filat, convinced his protectors from Moscow, for the mission tied to „Banca de Economii” to also be given to Shor. At the same time, Platon convinced Filat that “Banca de Economii” must be sold to Ilan Shor, selling with it all of the bank's problems. The suggestion seemed to inspire Filat, who therefore took care of all legal issues tied to non-performing loans given between 2010-2013.
Vlad Filat invited in summer 2013 Ilan Shor and suggested him to become a shareholder and investor of “Banca de Economii”, knowing of his relations with Moscow. Russian services could not have wished for a better gift, causing them to have full control over the bank system from Moldova. The last bank, the state's bank did not even required to be attacked for it to be taken over, it was brought to them on a silver plate, by Moldova's Prime Minister himself. Moreover, as a bonus, to compensate Shor's investment to cover the 200 million lei hole from „Banca de Economii”, Filat promised him and his "investors" from Moscow Chisinau International Airport.
Therefore, under the watchful eyes of Russian special services, Platon sold to Shor his shares from “Banca de Economii”. Shor transferred to Platon's company Longford Partners Ltd 19.5 million USD, therefore becoming the bank's biggest shareholder. To prove to Filat and to the society that he is a potent investor, Shor introduced into the bank 1 billion lei through Roseau Alliance LLP, covering previously issued non-performing loans and therefore cleaning the bank's record. Still, the money used to purchase the shares of Banca de Economii were returned to Shor not only through his sponsors, but also Unibank. Therefore, Shor stabilized the situation from Banca de Economii, but worsened the one from Unibank.
The situation at Banca de Economii slightly improves, but only 100 million USD were covered, half of the created hole. To assist Ilan Shor, Vlad Filat ordered for all accounts of the state's institutions to be transferred to Banca de Economii. Here Russian special services managed to put Vlad Filat in a tight spot. They offered to further invest in the bank with the condition that Shor received control over Banca de Economii. To save his image and hide the problems from Banca de Economii, Filat accepted this offer as well. On 29th August 2013, the Government of Chisinau handed over Banca de Economii to Ilan Shor.
As a reward for his loyalty, Shor approved new non-performing loans of dozens of millions of USD from Banca de Economii to Vlad Filat, beneficiaries being companies controlled by the Prime Minister through employees, such as Caravita.
A few months later, in April 2014, Banca de Economii was given by Ilan Shor to VneshEkonomBank from Moscow, Russian state institution, led by Russian Prime Minister. Through this symbolic transaction, Moscow special services have finalized the operation of taking over the whole financial system from Moldova, everything being now prepared for the final blow and collapse.
To this point all of Moscow's plans went without a hitch, but this was the exact moment when Russian special services encountered problems. On 14th April 2014, General Prosecutor's Office from Chisinau sent a letter to Russia's General Prosecutor's Office regarding the criminal file no. 2014978027, filed on 14th February 2014 based on Article 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova, on money laundering in the Russian Laundromat. Sufficient evidence having been gathered, revealing the whole scheme planned by Veaceslav Platon. All the banks from Moscow and Russian companies involved in money laundering were listed in the rogatory letter.
A bit after the rogatory letter was officially sent to Moscow, Renato Usatîi alerted through email Boris Usherovici, deputy of Andrei Krapivin, councilor Vladimir Yakunin, Aleksei Krapivin's father, main beneficiaries of the money laundering. Through an email written by Usatîii to Usherovici, leaked to the press soon after hackers broke into Usatîi's email accounts, he sent to his partner from Moscow copies of the criminal file and of the rogatory letter sent to Moscow by Moldova's Prosecutor's Office.
The whole group felt threatened, requesting the intervention of FSB. Still, the procedure could not be stopped, while shortly after, some details from the case were leaked to the press from Chisinau, which alerted the OCCRP, while on 22nd August 2014, Roman Anin from Novaya Gazeta published the first investigation that launched the global investigation. In another email, Usatîi informed FSB of the fact that the OCCRP and Roman Anin are looking into the properties of Vladimir Yakunin and his son-in-law within the money laundering case.
The actions taken by Chisinau have caused immense damage to Russia's image in the whole world, Russian special services launched a war against Republic of Moldova. Platon and Shor are called back to Moscow, then sent to Chisinau with the mission to finish the mission and completely ruin Republic of Moldova's financial system, after having complete control over it. The plan though by the secret services and approved by Kremlin aimed to cause chaos before the parliamentary elections from November 2014. While in the background, a war begun in Ukraine and Crimea was annexed by Russia. At the same time, Platon and Shor are tasked to support and finance pro-Russian parties using the laundered money, namely Our Party of Renato Usatîi and Party of Socialists of Igor Dodon, as well as other mission to interfere in Chisinau's politics.
On 2nd February 2014, the Russian special services organized a referendum in Gagauzia, where was voted the adhesion of the autonomous region of the Republic of Moldova to the Russia-Belarus Union.
At the same time, Veaceslav Platon tried to break the parliamentary majority ruling in Chişinău and therefore take revenge for the filed criminal case, but also to prove to his patrons from the special services in Moscow that he is still useful. On 7th March 2014, Platon, former police officer Vitalie Burlacu, alias Vitas and Irina Baglai, were arrested in Chisinau for bribe attempt, with 250 000 USD each of 10 MPs in the Chisinau parliament. After receiving the money, the deputies would leave their factions and respectively the pro-European parliamentary majority, not to vote on the laws related to the association of the Republic of Moldova with the EU, which were on the agenda of the parliament from Chisinau.
At the same time, Moscow's special services begun looking into the parliamentary elections that were held in Chisinau in November 2014, which were supposed to secure a parliamentary majority that obeys Kremlin. Moscow sends Veaceslav Platon, who was supposed to take over the Party of Communists, through Mark Tkaciuk, led by Vladimir Voronin, who was in Moscow's disgrace after the torpedoing of the so-called Kozak Plan of 2003 to federalize the Republic of Moldova.
In a coordinated operation directly from FSB offices on Lubyanka, Platon was supposed to take the funding and control over the Party of Communists of Vladimir Voronin by placing on the PCRM lists for the November 2014 elections 12 deputies appointed and directly controlled by the Russian special services, who were supposed to take over the party's control after the elections. Platon was ordered to organize a coup in the Party of Communists, essentially a takeover of the Communist Party, the model used by the raider to take over the enterprises they attacked. For each of the 12 deputies accepted on the party's lists, Voronin was to receive from Platon one million dollars.
The connection between the headquarters of FSB and Veaceslav Platon was carried out through businessman Oleg Boiko, Russian billionaire, president of the Finstar holding, ranked 61st in the list of billionaires Forbes Russia. Negotiations were conducted between Platon and Vladimir Voronin through his councilor Mark Tkaciuk and the deputies of the so-called "Taliban" Communist group, Iuri Muntean and Grigori Petrenko.
Voronin accepted the deal, reaching an agreement, that was supposed to be reinforced during a visit of Oleg Boiko to Chisinau in May 2014. On the PCRM lists in the November 2014 elections, Veaceslav Platon was included in the top of the list , together with his partner Nicolae Curtoglo, businessman Vitalie Cebanu, political scientist Viktor Josu, leader of the "Edinnaia Gagauzia" movement Fiodor Gagauz and the president of the Moldovan diaspora congress in Moscow Aleksandr Kalinin, together with other people controlled by the FSB.
The decisive meeting took place on 21st May 2014, in Chisinau office of businessman Emmanuil Grinspun, through which Platon invested 6.3 million USD in 2013 in the Chisinau shopping center "UNO", later renamed "Bonus". In a room form Grinspun's office, Oleg Boiko, along with the 12 deputies proposed by the Russian special services, they were waiting for Vladimir Voronin and his counselor Mark Tkaciuk.
The Skoda Superb vehicle with Vladimir Voronin parked near Grinspun's office, but just like in 2003, Voronin changed his mind in the last moment and refused to cooperate. He told Tkaciuk that he has no plans to discuss such serious matters with such serious people, in the presence of Platon's men and that he backs out of the deal, after which he left. The news annoyed Oleg Boiko, who begun cursing Tkaciuk in Grinspun's office, accusing him and Platon of the mission's failure. As a consequence, two days later, on 23rd May 2014 Mark Tkaciuk announced his resignation as member of the Communist party in the parliament, being followed by Iuri Muntean, Grigori Petrenko and Aleksandr Petkov, the latter two having afterward joined Renato Usatîi's party.
Meanwhile, Veaceslav Platon begun in December 2013 to take loans from MoldIndConBank, identical to the one begun in December 2011 at Victoriabank, the money being transferred to banks from Latvia. Therefore, on 20th December 2013 MoldIndConBank gave two loans, of 25.103.347 lei and 20 million USD to „Univet Invest”, which in its turn converted the money into 4.982.632 USD on the accounts of „Chester NZ Ltd”, registered in New Zealand, on accounts in Trasta Komercbanka from Latvia, same one used to in December 2011.
On 23rd December 2013, MoldIndConBank gave 3 loans of 16.8 million lei, 1.7 million USD and 2.340.800 Euro to „Talnes”, which in its turn transferred 4.830.653 USD on accounts in Trasta Komercbanka, of the company „Augela Systems LP” registered in Great Britain.
On 30th December 2013 MoldIndConBank gave a loan of 45 million lei to „Biro Media”, that then transferred 3.450.920 USD on accounts in Trasta Komercbanka, of the company „Mirabax Investment Ltd”.
On 30th December 2013, "MoldIndConBank" gave 3 loans, amounting to 19.5 million lei, 1.400.900 euros and 1.9 million dollars to "Contrade", which after the conversion transferred 5,320,402 USD on the accounts of the UK company "Griden Development LP" from Trasta Komercbanka.
On 30th December 2013, "MoldIndConBank" gave a loan of 35 million lei to Molint Grup LLC, which, after conversion, transferred 2,684,049 USD to the UK-based PR-Vert Systems Ltd "Trasta Komercbanka", for the benefit of which Oleg Cervatiuc's neighbors signed the documents in the Laundromat.
On 30th April 2014, "MoldIndConBank" gave a loan of 28.9 million lei to Lavima Impex LLC, which converted and transferred 2,142,327 USD using the same scheme to the non-resident company "Draycott Overseas LP" in Trasta Komercbanka "in Latvia.
On 5th June 5 2014, Platon began the second stage of the Loan Scheme that started in December 2011 at Victoriabank and continued in December 2013 - April 2014 at "MoldIndConBank". At this stage, Platon took money from Shor's “Banca de Economii", "Banca Socială” and „Unibank” and will use them to close the bank's loans. Therefore, on 5th June 2014, Banca de Economii gave a loan of 45.762.200 lei to Caritas Group, which converted and transferred 1.160.000 euros to the non-resident company "Welentas LP" and 1.260.000 euros to the company "Bannyster LLP ", Both with accounts opened in "AS Privatbank" in Latvia. Following, "Welentas LP" transfers 1.159.900 euros to Investos Buenos LP, with accounts opened in "AS Privatbank". At the same time, "Bannyster LLP" transfers 1.235.500 euro to the account of the same bank of "Dastinger LLP", which returns them to Investos Buenos LP, which then transfers 2.395.300 euro to "Biro Media" LLC, opened in "Unibank". The money are converted into lei, then were transferred 45.154.000 lei from the "Unibank" company account to the same company in "MoldIndConBank", on 9th June 2014, was repaid the bank loan received on December 30, 2013 by "Biro Media" SRL to "MoldIndConBank". Therefore, in just 4 days, money emanating from Banca de Economii were transited through several accounts from Latvia's "AS Privatbank" and returned to Moldova on "MoldIndConBank" accounts, and those withdrawn from "MoldIndConBank" in December 2013 remained in the bank from Latvia, losing track.
According to an identical scheme, on the accounts of "MoldIndConBank" was repaid a 38.3 million lei loan received on 26th June 2014 from "Banca de Economii" by "Dasler Con" SRL, the credit of 2 million euros taken on 20th July 2014 from Banca de Economii by Alvaro Grup LLC, the loan of 3.749.340 lei taken on 12th June 2014 from Banca de Economii by "Danmira" SRL, the loan of 46.887.600 lei taken on 9th June 2014 from Banca de Economii by " Caritas Group "SRL (also involved in the above scheme) and the 46.649.350 credit received on 24th June 2014 from Banca de Economii by" Dasler Con "SRL.
Guided by patrons from Moscow, in September 2014, Shor invited Filat to a conference call with Platon. Having fallen prey to his own greed, without even known that he is becoming an accomplice to the plans of Russian special services, Filat approves the second stage of the Moldovan bank fraud, covering the act at the political level. He requested in exchange 180 million USD. At that meeting Filat already knew that Finance Minister Anatol Arapu would approve the approval at the Government of a guarantee for a loan from the reserve of the National Bank of Moldova to the banks of Ilan Shor, which will cover all non-performing loans.
Therefore, according to Platon's scheme, between October and November 2014, Shor registered several non-resident companies, through which the re-crediting of "Unibank", Băncii Sociale” and „Banca de Economii” took place to ensure the start of money laundering at maximum speed.In order to ensure the money laundering, Platon makes interbank placements in those three banks, bringing deposits of the citizens from the banks controlled by him, including VictoriaBank, where the bank's council was still under his control. Following, the three banks begun to lend loans to Shor's companies, but also to those designated by Platon and Filat, targeting the money from the country's reserve, the last stage for the collapse in the financial-banking system of the Republic of Moldova.
Filat respected his promise to Shor and Platon, politically covering fraud and money taken out of the NBM by blackmailing the partners in the ruling alliance, under the principle that either the theft is covered or the whole banking system falls. The money from the NBM reserve covered the fraud, but also its collateral effects. The NBM credit granted to the three banks under the government guarantee marks for the first time the proportions of the theft, which shook not only the Republic of Moldova, but also the world, of 14.1 billion lei.
In the first stage, Platon and Shor took our of Banca de Economii money which were later used to cover the loans taken by Platon's companies in December 2011 from Victoriabank. Thus, on 7th November 2014, Platon's "Neghina Com" Ltd. entered into a debt-taking contract with "Victoriabank" with Shor's "Agercom Grup" SRL. At the same time, the non-resident company controlled by Platon "Zenit Management LP", registered in the UK, concludes fiduciary contracts with the companies that took or took over the credits from December 2011 from "Victoriabank". Accordingly, on 19th and 20th November, Banca de Economii grants 3 loans, totaling 48.002.630 euros, to Caritas Group SRL and Provolirom LLC, which transfer the money to Nord LP and Spectra Ventures LP ", both with accounts in" AS Privatbank "in Latvia. Later, through the accounts opened by the UK-based companies Delta Managemen LP, Conversum Logistics LP, Transmark Export LP, Globus Crporation LP, Genyral Trade LP, the two companies transferred 23.861.778 euros to the account of the company "Zenit Management LP", which repays the loans to "Victoriabank" between 20th and 24th November. Thus, according to a scheme identical to the one applied to "MoldIndConBank", in only a few days the money taken out of Banca de Economi reach "AS Privatbank" in Latvia on the "Victoriabank" accounts, while the money taken in December 2011 from "Victoriabank" Platon were lost in "AS Privatbank" in Latvia.
Later, Platon and Shor money laundering took out hundreds of millions of lei out of Banca de Economii, Banca Sociala and Unibank. On 10th November 2014, BEM grants a loan of 375.586.737 lei to Provolirom LLC, which converts and transfers 25 million USD to offshore VEB Solutions Corporation accounts opened at Social Bank. On 13th November 2014, he transferred the money to another account opened with "Moldova Agroindbank". At the same time, the next day, on 11th November 2014,Banca de Economii granted another credit of 50.810.000 RON to "Voximar Com" SRL, which converts and transfers 2.420.022 euro to the non-resident company registered in the UK "Hostas Level LLP" , with the accounts opened in Latvia's "AS Privatbank", which returns them to the account of the same bank of "Westland Alliance LP", of which 2.420.000 euro are transferred to the company's UK Joliet Trading LP, opened at "Social Bank". Further, through Ismida Alliance Ltd, the money is transferred to the off-shore company "VEB Solutions Corporation" opened in "Moldova Agroindbank". Next, on 13th November 2014, VEB Solutions Corporation will transfer the 28 million USD in cash to the United Kingdom-registered company Ankor Getaway LP with the accounts opened at Trasta Komercbanka in Latvia.
Subsequently, on 5th May 2015, 7.230.000 USD of this amount is transferred to "Calmview Services Ltd", with accounts opened in the same bank, Trasta Komercbanka, which on the same day transfers it to its open account in "MoldIndConBank" converts and transfers 127.018.406 lei to the insurance company "ASITO", having as payment for the share in the share capital.
At the same time, on 16th April 2015, "Ankor Getaway LP" transfers from the same circuit described above 442.600 USD to Taiwan Electro, which are later used by Advanced Aset Pro to acquire a 0.26% stake in Moldova Agroindbank ". Thus, with part of the money raised from "Savings Bank", Veaceslav Platon increases its share in ASITO and "Moldova Agroindbank".
Through identical schemes, Plato and Shor gained under the protection of Vlad Filat, through loans granted by Banca de Economii - on 19th November 2014, 10.002.630 euros to "Caritas Group" LLC and on the same date another 10 million of the company "Provolirom" SRL; on 20th November 2014, 28 million euro and 95 million euro to "Caritas Group" SRL; on 21st November 19.036.000 USD of Caritas Group SRL; on 24th November 5.707.418 euro to "Caritas Group" SRL and 34 million euro to "Dracard" SRL; from "Unibank" - 14th November 2014, 11.219.515 euros and 21st November 2014, of 1.542.250 USD to Apropo Com SRL. All of this money were washed and taken out of the accounts of the "Privatbank" in Latvia of "Zenit Management LP", controlled by Veaceslav Platon.
The IP addresses used to manage the accounts of "AS Privatbank" and "Trasta Komercbanka" in Latvia, which were used to wash billions and in the Russian laundry, and the billion out of the banking system in the Republic of Moldova clearly show - the author of both schemes is one and the same, Veaceslav Platon, who was assisted in laundering money from Moldova by Ilan Shor.
In order to clear the traces, Plato suggested to Shor to acquire the shares of "Victoriabank". In fact, it was an offer from a wing of the FSB, which controlled Platon, coming in front of another wing of the FSB, which piloted Shor. Serguey Lobanov, the son-in-law of General Belianinov, close to Putin, accepted and took over from Platon the "Victoriabank" shares package, partially paying him by transfer, another share of the cost of the shares being sent to Platon through an intermediary cash, in the center of Moscow, the events described at the beginning of the material. Victoriabank's repeated sales operation was coordinated from the same FSB command center, as confirmed by the composition of the board of directors of the bank, which is made up of people subordinated to Platon and after the sale of Lobanov's bank.
In just a few days in the Republic of Moldova would take place parliamentary elections, the special services in Moscow hoped that the blows to the financial-banking system would destabilize the situation in the country and thus decisively influence the results of these elections. But lately, Chisinau began to fight back. Under the guarantor of the Chisinau government, in November 2014 and March 2015, the NBM granted the loan to Banca de Economii, Banca Sociala and Unibank, which on one hand covered the theft, while on another one caused Moscow's plans to fail.
At the same time, following the decision of the Supreme Court of Justice before the parliamentary elections in November 2014, BEM came under state control, and NBM introduces special administration to Banca de Economii, Banca Sociala and Unibank, taking over the management of the banks.
Shortly before the elections, the pro-Russian party of Renato Usatii is out of the electoral race, so that Moscow's plans to build a pro-Russian parliamentary majority in Chisinau after the elections failed.
Ilan Shor remained trapped, realizing that Platon would use him as a scapegoat, which was also perfect for Filat, for Shor to remain personally responsible for everything. Respectively, Shor becomes the weak link in the FSB plan. Under the pressure of criminal responsibility and to save his own skin, in the spring of 2015 Shor begun collaborating with the special services and institutions in Chisinau and told the entire scheme of prosecutors. In January 2015, Renato Usatîi announces that Shor has been banned from entering the territory of the Russian Federation, which was subsequently confirmed officially.
In June 2015, Plato and Shor, as well as the FSB groups, receive another harsh blow in Chisinau. NBM introduces special administration to Victoriabank, recently taken over by Serguey Lobanov, Platon's "MoldIndConBank" and "Moldova Agroindbank". Russia completely lost control over the Moldova's banking system.
As a result, the events in Chisinau are scandalous in Moscow and account adjustments between the FSB groups involved in the Laundromat, which lead to the breakup of Lubyanka's epaulettes. Under pressure from the international media scandal, General Vladimir Yakunin resigns as chief of the Russian Railways (RJD) in August 2015. In no time, in June 2016, head of the FSB Directorate "K" of FSB's Economic Service Viktor Voronin resigned, and in July 2016 the FSB searched the offices and the domiciles of General Andrei Belianinov and his son-in-law Serguey Lobanov in where they find bags and boxes full of money. As a result, Belianinov leaves as the head of the Russian Federal Customs Service.
The plan A of the Russian special services, destabilizing the Republic of Moldova by attacking the financial and banking system, failed, proceeding to plan B, which has been worked on since the spring of 2014. The FSB activates the pro-parties of Renato Usatîi and Igor Dodon, who started in 2015 rallies, aimed at destabilizing the social-political situation in Moldova and overthrowing the government. By exploiting the disaster in the financial and banking system, the pro-Russian parties rocked the depositors from the collapsing banks and the whole society and appealed for protests, which were the culmination of Plato's operation by the curators of Moscow. It was for that time that Renato Usatii's party had been prepared and financed, in which he had to prove his usefulness.
The protest funding is being made from laundered money and the stolen billion in the Moldovan banking system by Veaceslav Platon, Renato Usatîi's financiers from RJD and partly Vlad Filat, who felt threatened by the files investigated in Chisinau.
On 6th May 2015, Ilan Shor is arrested by Chisinau prosecutors. He cooperates with the investigation, and Vlad Filat is detained on 15th October 2015, and on 26th July 2016 in Kiev is detained by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Veaceslav Platon.
Billions washed by Platon in the Russian Laundromat, including the one stolen from the Moldovan banking system, are still in accounts from various banks around the world and are regularly distributed to political parties, international consulting and lobbying companies, NGOs, press institutions, to realize the plans and tasks of their managers. Unfortunately for them and fortunately for us, the money leaves traces, which was demonstrated in this material. In 2014, Moldova is again on the brink of parliamentary elections. And certainly in the offices of Lubyanka is prepared a new plan, "C", for Moldova ...
Recently, on December 1, 2017, General Andrei Belianinov was appointed president of the Eurasian Development Bank (EABR) in Moscow. And more recently, on the night of the Resurrection, General Vladimir Yakunin brought to Moscow from Jerusalem, with a luxury charter race, Haric Fire, as president of the Andrei Pervozvannyi Fund.
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