A court in Warsaw has ruled that former head of Ukraine’s State Road Agency (Ukravtodor) Slawomir Nowak and two of his accomplices should be held in custody for three months, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Novoye Vremya publication.
Nowak and two accomplices, who are citizens of Poland, were arrested on suspicion of obtaining undue advantage and money laundering.
According to Stanislaw Zaryn, the spokesperson for Poland’s minister-coordinator of the intelligence and security services, the two other detainees are former commander of the GROM military unit No. 2305 Dariusz Zawadka and Gdansk-based businessman Jacek P.
Zawadka will be released from custody if he pays a bail of PLN 1 million within a month.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the Warsaw prosecutor's office officially brought charges against Nowak on July 21. He was charged with running an organized criminal gang that benefited from corruption.