Former head of the Krasnoyarsk aluminum plant Anatoly Bykov may be charged on Friday with complicity in the murder of Krasnoyarsk criminal leader Pavel Struganov, who was shot dead in Moscow two weeks ago, first deputy prosecutor of the Moscow northwestern district Sergei Lapin has told Interfax. Saturday will be the last day of Bykov's ten-day detention, said Lapin, who is supervising the investigation. Before then he must be either charged or released, he said. "We are likely to take a decision on Bykov on October 13," Lapin said. "Meanwhile we are considering the appeals of the defense and continuing the investigation," he added - Reuters reports.
According to Medvedev, Ukraine's GDP may fall by another 5-10 percent in 2023 due to the continuation of the special military operation