The claim of the Russian oil company "Tatneft" against the Ukrainian business oligarch Igor Kolomoisky for the "frauds" in the supplying oil to the Kremenchug refinery was not supported by the court of London.
As a result, foreign assets of the businessman totaling 334 million dollars, which the representatives of the Russian company planned to demand from Kolomoisky, were unfrozen.
The investigation was initiated by "Tatneft" regarding the fact that Igor Kolomoisky has allegedly fraudulently took possession of the funds for the supply of oil to the Kremenchug refinery in 2009.
The London Court decided to dismiss the case due to lack of the evidence base and the "absence of real chances for business success."
Previously it was reported, that Igor Kolomoisky had submitted claim to the Hague Arbitration Court against the Russian Federation for the financial losses of his companies resulting from external aggression of Russia in Ukraine and annexation of Crimea. Two months later, the Russians responded to these actions of the Ukrainian businessman: the company "Tatneft" brought a lawsuit against Igor Kolomoisky to the London court.