Sergey Ogai and his son bought from their
The Frunzensky District Court of Vladivostok sentenced the former rector of the Admiral Nevelsky Maritime State University Sergei Ogay to 3 years in prison conditionally for abuse of power and exacted 340 million rubles from him. The son of the ex-rector Alexey Ogaywho was the head of the educational and methodological department of the same university, received 2.5 years of probation, IA PrimaMedia reports.
Recall that, according to the investigation, in 2017-2018 in Vladivostok, the rector, together with his son, created the conditions for unfair competition. They secured contracts for the supply and commissioning of training simulators at the maximum cost for two commercial firms owned by their acquaintances.
To do this, before the auction procedures, the defendants negotiated with selected suppliers, corrected the auction documentation, including draft government contracts and terms of reference. On the basis of forged documents, they formed the initial (maximum) prices of contracts, entered into the auction documentation limited delivery times and conditions on the absence of advance payments, which ensured victory in the auctions of previously identified organizations.
“The convicts were sentenced to a suspended sentence of 2.5 to 3 years, with a probationary period. The court also satisfied the declared MGU. Admiral Nevelskoy a civil claim in the amount of 340,811,800 rubles”, the court said in a statement.
Recall that Sergei Ogay headed the Moscow State University for 10 years. Nevelskoy. At the end of 2018, his resignation from the post of rector was announced by the head of the Federal Agency for Marine and River Transport, before that acting governor of Primorye Andrey Tarasenko. And already at the end of January 2019 in the building of Moscow State University. Nevelskoy and the office of KFK Repair and Construction Company LLC was searched by FSB officers.
“RSK KFK” became known after it undertook the completion of the infamous Hyatt Hotel on Korabelnaya Embankment in 2017, when the region was headed by Vladimir Miklushevsky. The company also participated in a major project of a marine training training center at Moscow State University. Nevelskoy. KFK, within the framework of the Federal Target Program “Development of the Transport System of Russia”, since 2016 has been building a simulator complex for training ship crews in maritime survival and continuous training in maritime specialties.
The verdict has not entered into force.