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MASH: The Russian Federation may open a criminal case against Promes and ask for extradition

Spartak Moscow footballer Quincy Promes, previously accused of smuggling almost one and a half tons of cocaine into the Netherlands, could avoid a six-year prison sentence thanks to an upcoming criminal case in Russia for systematic tax evasion. Information about this is reported by the MASH Telegram channel.

According to the source, Promes owed the tax service 397 thousand rubles even before he went to the training camp in the UAE. The entire period of time, the tax authorities reminded him of the need to repay the debt, but the footballer ignored the notifications. In this regard, the tax service may go to court to recover the unpaid amount. Currently, Promes is unable to repay the debt due to being in prison in the UAE.

One of the options for Promes’ release in Dubai is to initiate criminal proceedings in Russia. First, law enforcement agencies will begin criminal prosecution, put him on the wanted list, and then ask the UAE to extradite him.

Earlier, a representative of the press service of the Moscow football club “Spartak” Dmitry Zelenov said that football player Quincy Promes is temporarily unable to return to Russia due to legal problems. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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