Kolomoyskyi threatens "Naftogaz" CEO with battalions from ATO

25 march 2015 | 11:05

Former governor of Dnipropetrovsk oblast' and notorious oligarch, Igor Kolomoyskyi threatened to seize Kremenchug power plant in response to turning it off by "Naftogaz." 

Игорь Коломойский
Kolomoyskyi threatens “Naftogaz” CEO with battalions from ATO
MP Sergiy Leshchenko has posted a recording between ex-governor of Dnipropetrovsk oblast' Igor Kolomoyskyi and "Naftogaz" CEO, Andriy Kobolyev on his Facebook page.

On this recording, the notorious oligarch threatens the CEO of "Naftogaz" to send ATO battalions to capture the power plant and "Ukrtransgaz's" office in Kyiv in response to shutting down of his enterprise.

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"Such behavior is not just a slap to legitimate government. It is a spit in the face of the country which has experienced "Maidan." The dismissal of Kolomoyskyi is the weakest punishment he could bear,"- wrote the former journalist of "Ukrayinska Pravda," Sergiy Leshchenko.

The recording of conversation contains profanity.

Earlier, it was announced that the President of Ukraine had accepted the resignation of Kolomoyskyi from the post of Dnipropetrovsk oblast' state administration head.

Source: ZN.UA

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