MOSCOW, Apr. 8 – RAPSI. Russian authorities investigating the embezzlement of 13 billion rubles (USD 430 million) from the Moscow municipal government, ordered the introduction of travel restrictions and surveillance against Andrey Borodin, the Bank of Moscow president, and his first deputy, Dmitry Akulinin, said a source close to the investigation.

According to the correspondence of senior investigator Maj. Dmitry Pisarevsky to the Criminal Department of the Moscow Police, the order to introduce travel and behavioral restrictions, as well as surveillance of Borodin and Akulinin, was issued as of April 6.