Bunker Holding, the parent company of Dan-Bunkering, has now been allegedly linked to Syrian war investigations carried out by the Danish State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime, also known as SOIK, according to Danish media DR.
SOIK, which has started investigations of the case, stated a total DKK 29 million (USD 4.27 million) has been transferred from Russian company Maritime to Bunker Holding in three transactions.
The SOIK document referred to a Danske Bank report recording 42 payments from Maritime to Dan-Bunkering and Bunker Holding totalling approximately DKK 342 million.
39 transactions were destined for Dan-Bunkering, while 3 were destined for Bunker Holding.
The transactions are now part of the investigation which the Danish State Prosecutor is currently conducting regarding the possible breach of EU sanctions on Syria.
Earlier coverage leading to the recent development can be found below:
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Related: Danske Bank casts doubts on Dan-Bunkering reason for Syria investigation
Related: Danske Bank reported Dan-Bunkering to police in EU sanctions case
Related: Bunker company acknowledges flawed statement in EU sanctions case
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Related: Dan-Bunkering has not violated EU’s sanctions against Syria, it insists
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Published: 17 September, 2019
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