rk.gov.ru Vitaly Nakhlupin, the deputy head of the so-called "leader" of Russian-occupied Crimea Sergey Aksyonov and the ex-chairman of the committee on economic, fiscal and tax policies, has been detained in Moscow. The arrest is associated with the road tenders schemes, as Nakhlupin supervised the road construction, and was responsible for the implementation of the relevant Federal target programs, according to the Russian news agency RBC, referring to its sources close to the "leadership" of the annexed Crimea. Read alsoPowerful blast rocks city college in occupied Crimea&#39;s Kerch The security forces and the so-called "authorities" in the annexed Crimea have not yet commented on Nakhlupin&#39;s detention. According to the RBC&#39;s source in one of the infrastructure companies, FSB operatives raided the Crimean Railway and the Crimea Roads Service premises. "Everything is cordoned off," the source said. Earlier, the "chairman" of the occupation administration in Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, filed a lawsuit related to sanctions imposed against him.