State prosecutor calls for prison sentence for Bunker Holding CEO

The Danish financial police's prosecutor now pursues a prison sentence for Bunker Holding CEO Keld R. Demant in the case regarding the group's alleged violation of sanctions against selling jet fuel to Syria.

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Bunker Holding's chief executive officer, Keld R. Demant, risks prison for his role in the oil traders alleged violation of EU sanctions against selling jet fuel to Syria.

In the indictment against Bunker Holding, Dan-Bunkering and Keld R. Demant, which was published Wednesday, the state prosecutor recommends a prison sentence for the CEO.

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