Vladimir Putin declared incomplete office compliance Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. In the same way punished by the Minister of transport Maxim Sokolov. The reason is the situation with “VIM-Avia”.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, September 27, declared incomplete official correspondence in charge of transport Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich and the Minister of transport Maxim Sokolov. This was reported by the press service of the Kremlin.
The reason for this decision of the head of state was the actual termination of work of the airline “VIM-Avia”, which led to massive delays and cancellations, and a criminal case.
“You don’t get enough attention in the industry. Maybe you overloaded too?” – Putin addressed to Dvorkovich.
Sokolov he, in turn, recalled that on the eve of the meeting, September 26, he said that “VIM-Avia” “meets all criteria”. “If you have developed such criteria, what they are?” – were addressed to the Minister.
Putin added that if the falcons can cope with the situation “quickly and effectively”, “we’ll think with Mr Medvedev, here’s what to do with this incomplete office discrepancy. If they don’t, that, too, will think about it”.
We will remind, the Investigative Committee is investigating the case against the leadership of the carrier, who is suspected of embezzlement of funds of passengers. According to the preliminary version, this has led to the inability of the airline to pay including fuel suppliers, which caused canceled flights. Resulting in five to 10 thousand people stuck in the airports, another 80 thousand passengers who have purchased seats on flights “VIM-Avia” at a later date, you may not receive compensation for the tickets.
On Monday, the newspaper Vedomosti, citing a representative of Dvorkovich wrote that the carrier last week asked the authorities for help, in particular, state guarantees for loans. The interlocutor of the edition reported that the Chairman of the government forwarded the appeal to the Ministry of transport with a proposal to “study”. The Department thus declined to comment, saying only that the Ministry began to prepare for the possible collapse of the airline.
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