The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko referred to the seizure and detention of property as the reasons why his business in Russia is still not sold.
During his election campaign Petro Poroshenko, one of the ten richest people of Ukraine, made a promise to part with their assets. If it remains the same and confectionery factory Roshen in Lipetsk, Also Poroshenko says that in no way affects their Ukrainian assets. Over the past year Poroshenko increased their wealth by 20% to 979 million dollars, up from ninth place to sixth, informs NTV referring to an interview with Poroshenko Deutsche Welle." I'm the only Ukrainian leader who gave away their assets in an independent trust Fund with a good reputation. I think because it is European when the country is at war and no one wants to buy the business." Roshen – one of the largest world manufacturers of confectionery products, producing 450 thousand tons of products per year. The Corporation includes factory in the Ukraine, in Lithuania, Hungary and Russia. The founder of Roshen Corporation is the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Despite promises, it has until now not sold the company. However, he stated that he gave Roshen to the trust governance and deprived the Corporation of any influence.