SBU initiates seizure of Rosneft assets for $677,000

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has initiated a procedure to seize the assets of the Russian oil company Rosneft for $677,000. The SBU has initiated the seizure of Rosneft assets in Ukraine. According to the materials of the SBU, the activities of the energy company, which was part of the Russian group Rosneft, were blocked. Its monetary assets — 20 million hryvnias (about $677,000 — Kommersant) — were seized, and the power supply license was suspended,” the department’s Telegram channel said in a statement. In January 2018, Rosneft sold a network of gas stations in Ukraine. The company owned 141 gas stations in 12 regions of Ukraine, as well as the operator of the wholesale supply of petroleum products, TNK-Industries Ukraine, and the LINIK oil refinery (Lysychansk, Lugansk region). On May 19, 2022, the Economic Security Bureau reported that Russian and Belarusian assets totaling UAH 30 billion, or $1 billion. Read more about the situation in Ukraine in the Kommersant online broadcast. More news on the Kommersant Telegram channel. Anastasia … .

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