Ukrainian businessman Vasily Khmelnytsky to sell its stake in the company-tenant of the airport Kiev (Juliani), if he gets a lucrative offer. He stated this in an interview ЛІГА.net</strong>.

“If I am offered good money for Juliani, I will sell,” said Khmelnitsky to a journalist’s question whether he is going to withdraw from the project.

According to him, at the moment its share in the company to a potential buyer.

He believes that buying nobody is interested because of the investment climate in Ukraine.

“Not only I was not offered to anybody in Ukraine do not offer”, – he added.

Help. According to the register of legal entities, owners of Master-Avia (performs a complete ground handling of flights departing and arriving at the airport of Kiev, and owns its international terminal “A”) are Cypriot Master Avia Holdings (Cyprus) Limited (90%) and asset management, Nika-invest (10%).

The beneficiaries of Cypriot companies provided the capital’s businessmen, the founders of Kyiv investment group Vasyl Khmelnytsky and Andriy Ivanov, and the second – and their Junior partner, the head of the Board of Directors of “Master-Avia” Denis Kostrzhevsky.

Full text of the interview with Vasily Khmelnytsky read here.




Khmelnytsky may sell a stake in the airport Kiev 25.07.2016

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