The law enforcement agencies are allowing Vladimir Yevtushenkov, the head of AFK Sistema, who is now under house arrest on suspicion of money laundering, to go to work, but has to obtain one-time permits to do so.
"He is now issued one-time permits to go to work," a source familiar with the situation told Interfax.
A source close to the billionaire told Interfax that Yevtushenkov and his representatives now expect law enforcement agencies to file a claim with the district court seeking softer house arrest conditions for him.
"An agreement to this effect has been reached. We are now waiting," the source said.
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