KVG Requests Sanctions Against Duma Member Suleiman Kerimov
Subsequent to numerous demands from former Uralkali stakeholders, and more recently due to developments in the Crimea crisis, the Kerimov Victims Group (KVG) has distributed an announcement
In the announcement, the KVG adds that its request to freeze the assets of Kerimov is necessary in order to eventually confiscate and repay the billions of dollars required to compensate investors following the damage done by Kerimov’s questionable financial behaviour regarding the Uralkali fiasco which caused political friction between Belarus and Russia, and subsequently billions of dollars of losses to financial investors on world markets including London’s Stock Exchange.
A source from within the KVG claimed that it is not stimulated by the politics surrounding the Ukrainian Russian Crimea stand-off, rather instead, the group openly admits they view the crisis as an opportunity to accomplish their own goals of seizing assets and compensating investors harmed by Kerimov’s dubious conduct. The group consistently makes headlines as it lobbies governments and authorities in the United States and EU to investigate Kerimov’s actions, believing that once the truth comes into light, fair compensation would be inevitable.
The call for sanctions was the most recent of events following a new campaign aiming to prevent controversial Russian politician and businessman, Suleyman Kerimov (http://www.kerimovictims.com/
The KVG website features many intricate details of the questionable conduct by Kerimov and his co-conspirators during the months that preceded the Uralkali cartel catastrophe which caused an overnight market collapse as well as details outlining their call for action by local and international authorities to look further into this matter. They KVG also hopes to inspire others who were hurt by Kerimov's conduct to approach them via their website, which continues to operate, in spite of several ddos and sabotage attacks - in an attempt to reach as many of victims as possible.
For further details, please contact the Kerimov Victims Group at firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Name: Kerimov Victims Group (http://www.kerimovictims.org/
Phone: +44 20 7493 8000
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London, United Kingdom
Kerimov Victims Group