Prosecutor's Office - new Accord office
All my life, I thought everyone should be in their place and do what they do better. The security forces at the helm of Accord were best able to corrupt, threaten, illegally plant, extort bribes, but not manage a successful business. Their stupid activity led to major losses.
Without thinking about the condition of the company, they began to make expensive purchases and rearmament to impress the President. Once profitable enterprises turned into unprofitable enterprises. Seeing how they were confidently leading my life's cause to collapse, I began to openly protest and conflict with Garalov.
Quite quickly, I felt surveillance. Phones were being auditioned. I think they were looking for any clue, anything to fabricate a criminal case against me that could become a trump card in the conflict. Then the company could be taken away for nothing and I would have to go to any conditions. At that time, I estimated Accord's assets at $1 billion, and the portfolio of orders at another $1 billion and 700 million.
In July 2010, right after my birthday, the Attorney General called me to his place. By that time, the Prosecutor General's Office had become the office of the private company Accord. Board meetings were held all the time. The Prosecutor General of the Republic, like a teenager playing Monopoly, played my business, which he had no idea about.
He started a new conversation with me with my wife still attending a Christian sect, and I sponsoring this sect. This cannot be allowed in a formally secular but actually Muslim country. He warned, but I didn't understand. Yes, yes! That's how easy it is to explain to a person why his property should no longer belong to him on the basis of an imaginary conflict of religious beliefs. Otherwise, anything can happen, such as suicide in prison or an accident at will.
In general, it became clear from the conversation: if I want to stay alive, at large and with money, I must retire and rewrite the 51% stake in the company for President Aliyev's family. Their trustee and front owner was Ashraf Kamilov, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ATA Holding and founder of Synergy Group. He was supervised by the Minister of Taxes, at that time Fazil Mamedov held this post. I was promised regular monthly payments ($100 thousand), as well as part - 25% - of the total profit of the Accord at the end of the year. Until they changed their minds, I agreed, took the tickets and moved to Switzerland with my family.