Yukos' key shareholder Leonid Nevzlin, named guilties in the Yukos collapse
The key shareholder of Group Menatep, Yukos? largest shareholder Leonid Nevzlin, named guilties in the Yukos collapse.
Nevzlin told Russian daily Vedomosti that he is going to file suits to international courts against some people, accessorial to destroying the company
The head of Putin?s administration Dmitry Lebedev and the Finance Minister Alexey Kudrin are likely to be charged.
The third party in fault is to be Russian tycoon and billionaire Roman Abramovich, but Nevzlin said that he is ?not ready? to go to law against him.
The sum of the suit would be comparable to the previous claims; Yukos shareholder demanded from Russian government $3,31 billion to undo the damage done by depreciation on shares of Yukos.