The head of "Naftogaz of Ukraine" Andrew Koroleva on the last working day of the week for two hours and called in for questioning on charges of debt chemical plants oligarch Dmytro Firtash, informs the Internet edition.
before the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov said that the interior Ministry brought the case under the criminal code by abuse of official position, which led to the theft of budget funds by officials of the group of plants Ostchem Dmytro Firtash. According to him, the actions of officials of the plants of PJSC " Nitrogen ", " Rivneazot ", " Concern styrene ", "Severodonetsk Association" Nitrogen " is measured As the actions that led to the theft of the country funds in the amount of at least 2, 3 billion hryvnia (about 88 million dollars).
According to the magazine, "Korolev said that the debt of chemical plants Firtash before" Naftogaz of Ukraine "is about 360 million hryvnia (about 14 million), before "daughters" Naka - 3, 7 billion hryvnia (about 142 million). Korolev said that none of the balances is quite old, it was formed to 2013 and confirmed in the courts ".
The Ostchem company informs that its enterprise - PJSC " Nitrogen ", " Rivneazot ", "Concern" styrene "and PJSC" Severodonetsk Association "Nitrogen" are not stewards of public money, therefore do not have the opportunity to dispose of them and moreover " to plunder ". The Firm also emphasizes that the debts plants Ostchem structures before the NJSC "Naftogaz of Ukraine" were formed fully in practice in the period before the acquisition of these plants Group DF (2010-2011), and " for this reason, any attack on the current officers of the plants at least incorrect ".
It is noted that the debts of state entities before nitric Ostchem group significantly exceed the debts of the Ostchem before state agencies. For example, state-owned "Odessa port enterprise" until now obliged to enterprises for the group of at least 5 billion hryvnia (about 192 million), anyway, Ostchem not take any measures to recover these debts, realizing financial and economic situation in the state, the report says.