"Vanished" company of Chizh are in the top 10 taxpayers in Minsk
12:46, — Politics
"Belneftegaz" named one of the largest taxpayers of the Belarusian capital.
Recall, the company disappeared from the official site of the "Triple" holding after the EU sanctions against Lukashenka's oligarch Yuri Chizh entered into force.
With this company in the top 10 taxpayers of Minsk entered the parent company of the Chizh's group - "Triple", wrote "The Diary".
To the rating of the largest taxpayers of the Belarusian capital also got "Univest-M". The company is under the EU sanctions as well as one of its owners, Anatoly Ternausky.
"Beltransgaz is topping the list. It also includes the "Lukoil-Belarus", "Minsk Kristall", Minsk factory of Grape Wines, "Tabak-Invest" Belarussian Railways, and "Belenergo".
Ten largest taxpayers provide more than 33.0% of the consolidated revenues of the city, reported the Ministry of Taxes and Duties.
"Trayplenergo", "Neonafta", and "Belneftegaz" dissappeared from the offcicial website of "Triple". They, according to experts, are key structures of foreign trade activities of the holding in the CIS and the EU.
Prior to the meeting of the EU Council of Ministers, officials of which voted in late March for the extension of sanctions on new businessman and their companies, close to power, Yuri Chizh confidently stated that the sanctions cannot threaten his business.
"The topic for me is not worth a damn. This is not my problem", - said the oligarch.
As the website charter97.org reported, the European Union included Yuri Chizh and 18 of his companies in the "black list", imposed sanctions against businessman Anatoly Tsernausky, leading construction business in Belarus, and several companies of Uladzimir Peftieu. Many independent experts have concluded that, despite a menacing look and a serious list of 29 companies, it was a compromise list. It didn't include those Belarusian enterprises, which have the most close contacts with partners in the EU. In particular, three structures of the oil division of the holding "Triple" - "Trayplenergo", "Belneftegaz" and "Neonafta".