The court released the airline (MAU) from paying a debt of $ 33 million to the liquidated bank Finance and Credit.
This was reported by the director and administrator of the Fund for Guaranteeing Deposits of Individuals Konstantin Vorushilin, reports citing.
The airline had a debt of $ 44 million to the bank Finance and Credit, and so, according to the court's decision, the airline is not liable for this $ 33 million debt, "he said.
"A lot of businesses go bankrupt." The courts decide that the loan was issued inappropriately. "There are very interesting statements, including law enforcement agencies, that the loan was issued without the consent of the borrower." "Allegedly, it was forcibly given out, so you do not need to return it." We are fighting for the return and sale of these assets", Voroshilin said.