Russian-Israeli millionaire businessman Arkady Gaydamak was arrested a number of days ago in Zurich, Switzerland, Channel 2 reported on Monday evening.
Swiss police confirmed the arrest to Channel 2. According to the report Gaydamak was arrested under a Luxembourg arrest warrant.
The former owner of Beitar Jerusalem was taken taken into custody in Zurich while he was in the city for an arbitration on one of his business affairs but it was not known what he was arrested for.
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