The company ‘Consol LTD’ and other companies linked to the head of the Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov, owe banks more than one billion UAH, informs Pervaya Instantsiya.
This became known form the legal cases, included into the unified register of legal cases.
Most of the debts are to Ukreximbank. Other banks include Prominvestbak, Raiffeisen Bank Aval and some others.
Earlier, deputy from ‘Batkivshchina’ party, Andrey Senchenko in an interview to ‘Radio Liberty’ said that Konstantinov’s company also received “large loans” at Sberbank and VTB bank.
“Konstantinov is in a disastrous financial situation, he is bankrupt and owes huge sums to the banks. There are criminal cases,” told the deputy.
Note: Vladimir Konstantinov is the founder of the construction company “Consol”. In 2010 he was elected as chairman of the Parliament of Crimea.
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