Russian Mafia attacked banks in Moldovia with support of corrupted state officials.
Europe Security News in Moldovia.- Prime Minister Vlad Filat against mafia attacks on banks.
Moldovia´s Prime Minister Vlad Filat presented a report to the Parliament on the alleged russian mafia attacks which took place against several banks in the country, initiating a bank crisis in Moldovia. During his speech to Parliament, and as an outcome og the negligence of the state to handle this organized crime activity, PM Flat asked for the dismissal of the Prosecutor General, the Director of Intelligence and Security Service ISS and the President of the National Commission of Financial Market.
According to Mr. Flat, the attacks began on 27 December 2010, where 27.5% of the stock shares bought by six European investors (Slovenia and the Netherlands) of Moldova Agroindbank MAIB , were subject of a fraudulent acquisition in favor of a spooky company called Outpost Merchant Company OMC (a company registered offshore in Seychelles), with the alleged support of the broker firm “Fincom” . Subsequently, to carry out this plan of taking over fraudulent stock shares, the OMC attackers obtained the positive arbritation and enforcement of the moldovian Court of Appeals. On August 1, just two days after the first meeting of the Financial Stability Committee in Moldovia, there is a new illegal transfer of too another off shore company : Global Systems.
Even from the first moments, the attackers made use of documents whose falsity was obvious. Were used uncertified photocopies, with errors that clearly demonstrate the impossibility of their use, but they succeed thanks to the complicity of certain persons within the moledovian institutions.
PM Flat says that he was informed about this attack on July 29, Friday evening, but not by state institutions, but the MAIB management.
Flat says that the moldovian state was negligent, specially the following institutions: the National Financial Market CCECC, Ministry of Justice, National Bank, ISS, Prosecutor General’s Office and the National Securities Commission.