The Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) has removed from its website a mention of a man with the last name gull of the decision on the provider salt “of the East-Siberian trading-industrial company” (STPC). About it reports on Wednesday, March 16, the newspaper “Vedomosti”.
The newspaper reminds that the decision itself was published yesterday, March 15. From this it follows that the Department has approved the request from the citizen of Russia on the acquisition of 90% of OOO “the East-Siberian trading-industrial company”. The name of the purchaser FAS is not called, but the decision was the correspondent listed for correspondence with the antitrust authority — A. Y. Chaika, the initials of which coincide with the eldest son of the Russian Prosecutor General Artem Yurievich Chaika (copy the original version of the decision of the FAS preserved in the Google cache).
At the present time in the published decision of the FAS on STPC data correspondent no more.
The representative of the FAS told the newspaper that the publication of the names associated with a technical error. “We accidentally revealed personal data of the citizen and now they have removed” — leads the publication the words of his companion.
“All decisions of the FAS Russia publishes on its website in the Database. Data upload is carried out automatically. The “Correspondent” in the card to the decision is optional. Due to the fact that the new version of the website of the FAS Russia is still in the process of being finalized, any technical faults. If the employee of the FAS Russia of personal data in the Database, they are deleted immediately”, — said in comments the FAS placed at the disposal of RBC.
Citing an unnamed official familiar with the circumstances of the qualifying transaction, Vedomosti earlier reported that the application for acquisition filed USTPK the son of the Prosecutor General of Russia.
STPC belongs Turecki salt mine in the Irkutsk region, which calls itself “the largest supplier of edible rock salt in the Siberian and far Eastern Federal districts” of Russia. In addition, “the Tyret salt mine” owns a license for development of vorobyevsky of rock salt deposits in the Kaluga region with explored reserves of about 1 million tons In August 2015, the company announced that it would begin to build on’evskoe Deposit the plant, which will produce about 150 thousand tons of edible salt varieties “Extra”.
In a report published in late 2015 investigation of the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) Alexei Navalny, is dedicated to the family members of the Prosecutor General of Russia, Artyom Chaika was the name of the owner of Tyret salt mine. Yuri Chaika then called investigation FBC “false”.