The Russian budget loses more than 58 billion rubles a year due to tax crimes. This was announced by the Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Colonel-General Elena Leonenko.
“According to the data of the Investigative Committee of Russia, on average, as a result of the commission of tax crimes, the country’s budget loses a little more than 58 billion rubles annually,” RIA Novosti quoted her as saying.
Leonenko said that the dynamics of tax crime in the period 2016-2019 “is at a relatively stable level.”
In June, the Prosecutor General’s Office named the regions of Russia with the highest rate of corruption crime.