Compensation for the loss of Naftogaz assets in Crimea, which the company intends to get from Russia on the claim in international arbitration, is not $5 billion and $7 billion About this in Facebook wrote commercial Director at Naftogaz Yury Vitrenko.

“Sum – more than $5 billion And this is without interest. With interest to date amount to about $7 billion,” wrote Vitrenko.

According to him, this is a conservative assessment of international experts the market value of lost assets.

“This includes the production assets of our subsidiary Chornomornaftogaz owned Naftogaz gas in underground storage in the Crimea, and the assets of other subsidiaries of Naftogaz of Ukraine”, – wrote a top Manager.

He also added that Naftogaz is in no way recognizes that the Crimea has ceased to be a part of the Ukrainian state, but only States the fact that as a result of the illegal annexation of Crimea, its controlled by the Russian Federation.

“Therefore, the Russian Federation and is responsible for the loss of a group of Naftogaz assets in Crimea, which occurred as a result of this illegal annexation. And the fact that our claim was accepted in international arbitration for consideration, indicates that the arbitrators found sufficient grounds to consider it is the responsibility of the Russian Federation, not virtual “power independent of the Crimea”, – said Vitrenko.

Earlier it was reported that Naftogaz of Ukraine and six of its subsidiaries filed in the Tribunal, formed under the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague, a claim for damages caused by the seizure of the Russian Federation of the group’s assets in the Crimea.




Vitrenko: the sum claimed by the Russian Federation of the Naftogaz – not $5 billion and $7 billion 21.09.2017

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