Wanted in Ukraine Dyminsky, a businessman visited the training session of FC Karpaty in Turkey and promised to meet with fans

Announced a national search, the President of FC Karpaty and the owner of the TV channel ZIK Petro Dyminsky visited the team’s training at the training camp in Turkey and spoke about the club’s plans for the future.

According to the official website of the club, during a meeting with the team Tuesday P. Dyminsky said that in the spring part of the championship Karpaty should please fans of the beautiful game and the result to return his fans on the podium.

P. Dyminsky said that the team needs the support of the fans. “In the summer, before the start of the season, to meeting with fans, I promised I will soon meet with them again and give the answers to all the questions that interest them. I haven’t forgotten about this and his promise to keep”.

He promised that the team will not have problems with financing. However, he pointed out that the status of the club depends not only on him, as a single investor . He lamented the fact that the Lviv city government handed to Karpaty 17 hectares of the territory around stadium “Ukraine”.

“We have the intention to build a sports and entertainment center, with elements of rehabilitation that the club was making money. Thus, we will be able to fill the budget. If the annual budget will be, for example, 20-25 million dollars – Karpaty will fight for the Champions League”, he said.

According to him, the money the club needed to be self-sufficient, to act in Euro cups and to bring to Lviv more tourists. “But just throwing money eating away the players who are fighting for survival, I’m not interested”, – said the businessman.

Earlier it was reported that P. Dyminsky in early February, was seen at training camps in Lviv in Turkey. According to the website tribuna.com P. Dyminsky attended the matches of your team on 1 February against the Polish “Jagiellonia białystok” and on 4 February against the Bulgarian “Septemvri”.

As reported on 18 August 2017 the car of a train the owner of the football club “Carpathians” P. Damanskogo crashed into “Opel” at the wheel was a 31-year-old Natalia Trila. The woman died in the accident. Her relatives claim that at a wheel “Mercedes” was P. Dyminsky.

At the same time, one of his guards Andrew Borsch told the police that he was driving during a crash. He was taken into custody by the court.

22 Aug P. Dyminsky flew to Switzerland.

On 23 August the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko, referring to the examination, stated that at a wheel there was other person, and not a detainee guard.

In early September the court of Appeal in Lviv region A. Borsch changed the measure of restraint from detention-house arrest.

On 9 December, the mother of the deceased in a car accident N.Truly Maria expressed full damages caused by the accident and also revoked power of attorney issued to third parties for representation of its interests in courts and other authorities regarding the accident. “Material claims in relation to a traffic accident don’t know what show your signature”, – reads the statement of M. Truly in the name of the investigator and Prosecutor.

According to counsel A. Borsch, thus, “finally managed to apologize to the mother of the girl who died in an accident on 18 August”.

On 12 December reported that P. Dimensao announced on suspicion of committing a crime under part 2 St. 286 (violation of traffic safety or transport operation by the persons guiding the vehicle, entailed death of the victim) of the Criminal code, also prepared a petition to the court for permission to its detention and the application of measures of restraint in form of detention.

At the same time, criminal proceedings against A. Borsch closed in connection with absence in its actions of structure of a crime.

According to the website of the interior Ministry of Ukraine, 11 December 2017 P. Dyminsky announced a national search, as it disappears from bodies of pre-trial investigation.

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