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Written by SOT.COM.AL 15 Mars 2023
Vitaly Savvin, Alexander Smizukov and Alexander Kaplan are 3 Russian businessmen who, through their companies, have sent some payments to Monika Kryemadhi, the former head of the LSI, today's PL, at the time she led the party.
In the "eureporter" article, it is stated that Kryemadhi received this money in 2017, through the "Credit Agricole Suisse" bank. These payments were made by oil businessmen who are connected to the Kremlin through several offshore companies.
Vitaly Savin, the sender of one of the payments worth 13 thousand euros, is the man who, according to the media, controls Vradus Holdings. Slavin himself is an oil trader who, according to Forbes, has donated money to Putin.
The other two are Aleksandr Smuzikov and Aleksandr Kaplan. According to the media they control the company Holdem Holdings. These two oligarchs are also involved in the oil trade and are sanctioned for ties to the Kremlin.
Alexander Smizukov Yuryevich is a company owner and owner of a network of gas stations and a collector.
The Reuters news agency wrote on November 2, 2016, or a year before the transfers they made to Kryemadhi, that the two Russian investors demanded an account from North Macedonia as to why their request for the purchase of the Makpetrol fuel distributor had stalled.
At the time, Reuters wrote that they were working with the major Russian oil company TNK-BP, founded by Mikhail Fridman, a Russian oligarch banned in some countries for investment. The duo's offer to buy Balkan Petroleum for 47 million euros in North Macedonia was rejected even though it was 30 million euros more than the market value.