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Sobchak-related crab company disappears from the backbone

Sobchak-related crab company disappears from the backbone

The Moneron group of companies engaged in the extraction of crabs in the Far East has disappeared from the list of system-forming on the website of the Ministry of Agriculture and from the list of the Ministry of Economic Development. Ksenia Sobchak wanted to acquire a share in it, but the court prevented her.

As they say "Vedomosti" citing sources, "Moneron" was expelled by decision of the government commission to improve the sustainability of economic development. She voted in absentia in mid-May.

The group includes two large companies: Moneron and the Kuril Universal Complex (KUK). On May 13, the court extended the arrest of shares in these companies and part of their property for another three months. Sobchak said she was aware of the extension of the arrest and the exclusion from the list of backbone companies. She said that the deal has not yet been registered, and she is currently not affiliated with these companies.

Recently Sobchak agreed to acquire 40% of the shares in the companies "Moneron" and "Kuril Universal Complex". But the Yuzhno-Sakhalin City Court prevented the completion of the deal, which arrested the shares of the companies because of their connection. with absentee arrested The “crab king” Oleg Kan.

Ksenia’s mother Lyudmila Narusova, Sobchak, appealed to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court with a request to verify the legality of the decision of the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk City Court to seize the share of companies. After that, a subcommittee on ethics of the Federation Council received a complaint about the actions of Senator Narusova. They saw them signs of conflict of interest. She asked to include "Moneron" and KUK in the list of system-forming.

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