Rus News Journal

Ministry of Justice otkrestilsja from own interdiction

Yesterday the assistant to the main court enforcement officer - the chief of department of court enforcement officers of Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation Andrey Beljakov has declared that its department did not impose a ban for extraction, processing, deliveries and oil sale to the oil-extracting structures entering into the oil company “ YUKOS “. Meanwhile, a press - service “ Samaraneftegaza “ has informed that extraction and oil transportation proceeds in a usual mode. Analysts consider that interdiction removal directly is connected with sharp reaction to an event from the world market though do not exclude continuation of pressure upon the oil company. As already informed „“, on July, 14th court enforcement officers of Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation have arrested registers of shares of company “ Samaraneftegaz “ entering into structure “ YUKOS “. The centre of public relations of Ministry of Justice officially declared that the consequence spends an estimation of the arrested actions. Past Wednesday the affiliated extracting enterprises “ YUKOS “ - “ Yuganskneftegaz “ “ Samaraneftegaz “ and “ Tomskneft “ - have received published by the court enforcement officer - the executor Irina Solovevoj within the limits of executive manufacture N 10249/ 21/ 04 requirements from July, 21st with which they are forbidden to make any actions directed on alienation or any other change of the status of property of these societies. This very day lawyer NK “ YUKOS “ Dmitry Gololobov has written the letter to Minister of Justice Yury Chajke where has explained that under the Civil code oil too concerns property, therefore, having imposed a ban for its use, police officers have actually forbidden the YUKOS enterprises to trade in finished goods.
the decision of Ministry of Justice has caused a panic in the world markets (more in detail on 1, 7 p.) . After this on yesterday`s a press - conferences in Moscow the assistant to the main court enforcement officer - the chief of department of court enforcement officers of Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation Andrey Beljakov has declared that the service of court enforcement officers of Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation did not impose a ban to the oil-extracting structures entering into the oil company “ YUKOS “ (YUKO), on extraction, processing, deliveries and oil sale
It has explained that Ministry of Justice “ has directed to the local bodies which are carrying out registration of the rights to real estate in Samara, Tomsk and Hunts - Mansijske, the decision about an interdiction of registration of possible transactions with real estate of the companies “ YUKOS “. Mister Beljakov named it “ obespechitelnoj a measure directed on suppression of possible attempts of the debtor to realise real estate “. “ Speech did not go about an interdiction for extraction, processing, deliveries and sale of oil and it does not influence in any way work of oil-extracting industrial complexes “ - he has underlined.
meanwhile, under the message a press - services “ Samaraneftegaza “ despite an interdiction of Ministry of Justice, “ production goes in a usual mode: oil recovery, its preparation and transportation on system of pipelines " is carried out; Transneft “. Besides, in “ Samarneftegaze “„ “Have informed that change of a position of Ministry of Justice, most likely, grows out of negotiations between lawyers NK YUKOS and heads of Ministry of Justice, events the day before. Analysts are inclined to connect removal of an interdiction with sharp reaction to an event from the world market. On Thursday the price of crude oil in New York has reached 21 - a summer maximum: $43 for barrel with delivery in September. Analysts consider that this consequence of actual destruction of the company the YUKOS making 2 % of world oil.
the director of the Samara branch “ the Three - Dialogue “ Yury Belonoshchenko considers interdiction removal “ event expected enough in the market as in case the interdiction would continue to operate, it would lead to a full stop of all activity of the company and to huge losses, including for the state “. According to mister Belonoshchenko, “ By means of a response of this requirement it was possible to avoid the immediate termination of current activity of the company “. But, nevertheless, the analyst has noticed that this “ news at all does not mean that the Government has changed in any image the point of view or has softened a position in relation to YUKOS “.
ELENA MANGILEVA