Putin commented on Sechin failing to appear in court over Ulyukaev
CEO of “Rosneft” Igor Sechin could come to court to testify in case of ex-Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev, said President Vladimir Putin on the question of the journalist Tatyana Felgenhauer at a press conference in Moscow.
Putin noted that because of the wide public resonance was interested in whether law Sechin failure to appear in court. “The law is in no way broken, and we collected enough materials, including readings Sechin,” said Putin.
“Sechin could come to court, what is this,” at the same time, the President noted.
And also because of screaming around or heard Putin wished me health. Not answered “Thank you.” Now everyone will think I’m ill-mannered(((( well!((
— Tania Felgengauer (@t_felg) 14 Dec 2017
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The Minister is accused of receiving $2 million in bribes from Sechin. The court repeatedly summoned the head of “Rosneft” to testify, but he did not appear, citing an overloaded schedule.