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The authorities of the Khabarovsk Territory are interested in the release of Dalmostostroy from the entire E4 group.
The building complex of the Far East is negatively affected by the problematic situation that has developed in the E4 group, associated with the name of the federal minister Mikhail Abyzov. Many enterprises of this group are now failing, do not fulfill their obligations, sue clients, etc. In the Khabarovsk Territory, the Dalmostostroy company is in a difficult situation. Due to the litigation between Alfa-Bank and Sberbank and the E4 group (Dalmostostroy is the guarantor for the debts of the entire group), this company has arrested its accounts, and the execution of government contracts worth more than 1,3 billion rubles was under threat (the main the initiator of the seizure of the property of the E4 group and its guarantors is Alfa-Bank, which is seeking joint and several collection of the debt in the Moscow Arbitration Court). The current situation does not allow to pay salaries, make payments to the budget and finance operating activities. There are risks of non-fulfillment of government contracts for the construction of infrastructure facilities and shutdown of the enterprise. It should be noted that back in 2013, JSC Dalmostostroy accounted for 20% of construction on the roads and railways of the Far East, revenue exceeded 5,51 billion rubles.
The situation with Dalmostostroy has already affected the general situation in the Khabarovsk Territory: regional wage arrears at the beginning of the year exceeded 60 million rubles, although at 30 December they were within 5-12 million rubles. The regional authorities are interested in Dalmostostroy being relieved of the obligations of the whole Е4 group, which formally does not operate in the territory of the region. This issue is being addressed at the federal level.
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