This was reported to TASS in the press service of the Meshchansky Court of Moscow.
“In relation to Taymasov, an arrest was chosen for two months from the moment of his transfer to law enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation in the event of his extradition or deportation to the territory of the Russian Federation, or from the moment of his actual detention on the territory of the Russian Federation. He has been put on the international wanted list,” the press service of the court said.
Tatarstan businessman Rashid Taimasov, ex-head of the Royal Time Group casino, was declared bankrupt in 2018. In 2010, under his leadership, Royal Time Group opened the first casino in the Azov City gaming zone in the Krasnodar Territory – Oracle.
To develop the gambling business, Royal Time Group took loans from the failed Tatfondbank and Ak Bars Bank. In 2019, the Azov City gambling zone was closed by decision of the authorities, Royal Time Group became bankrupt, and its real estate was put up for auction. In this case, the Deposit Insurance Agency filed claims against Rashid Taymasov for 420 million rubles.