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Journalist reveals scandalous facts about Bidzina Ivanishvili in his journalistic investigation
17:12 27.09.2012
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Journalist Vladimir Ivanidze reveals scandalous facts about Bidzina Ivanishvili in his journalistic investigation. He exposes Ivanishvili in connection to few criminal cases. 

The journalist states that Bank of Ivanishvili “Rosiiski credit” and its central figures are related to many criminal cases and the whole criminal epochs. One of such cases was the international-level scandal “Angologate”, which is connected to the illicit trade with arms in Angola in 90-ies. The case was about illegal transfer of arms from Russia to Angola. The central figure of the story was Arkadi Gaidamak, whose main partner was Bidzina Ivanishvili’s bank “Rosiiski credit” and Bidzina Ivanishvili himself. The journalist says he has a copy of a verdict of the court on this case and Bidzina Ivanishvili’s bank is mentioned there not just often, but it is mentioned as the main bank participating in the case. 

Except partnership with Arkadi Gaidamak, who according to the official dossier published by French journalist, was in close connection with the Russian organized crime, the journalist exposes that during 2008 August war, when Russia conducted a war on Georgian territory, Ivanishvili’s “Rosiiski credit” was continuing working with enterprises  producing arms. This was the main bank – with its help the companies were signing all the agreements and contracts and it served for the companies.  

In addition to all this, the journalistic investigation author, Vladimir Ivanidze, notes that the sale of the business, in general, is a very difficult task, if it is the real deal. In Ivanishvili’s case, it happened in few days. The largest business in Russia was sold in few days. But, the most incredible thing is that this deal is not yet finalized and closed, this issue remains open before the elections in Georgia. For example, the “Rosiiski credit” deal must be completed only by the end of the year, which means that Ivanishvili has not sold his business yet. Until the transaction is not completed, he is able to return the bank easily. Legally, Ivanishvili still owns his property. 

The journalist proves the above mentioned scandalous information with the documentation too and in addition to all these, notes that Boris Ivanishvili and all the phone numbers of “Rosiiski credit” is also mentioned in the copy of the records of “Gorgi Erevanski”, the well-known, so-called thief-in-law.   
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