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Investigators off to Athens on Sunday

Andreas Vgenopoulos

Two police investigators are set to travel to Athens on Sunday to question and take statements from five people in connection with Cyprus’ economic collapse.

The case, which is linked to the former head of now defunct Marfin – Laiki Bank Andreas Vgenopoulos is an ongoing investigation and police spokesman Andreas Angelides declined to comment if Vgenopoulos would be one of the five.

Allegations against him, 11 others and his investment group MIG outline that they took imprudent banking decisions in favour of MIG or its subsidiaries creating a conflict of interest.

 

 

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