First interview of Feoktistov after Interrogation in Russia v. Minister Ulyukaev
While the ex-head of Rosneft was leaving the court building, journalists managed to ask him a few questions and take pictures.
Answering questions ‘how he sleeps at night’ and ‘how is he feeling’, FSB general and former head of Rosneft security Oleg Feoktistov answered "great" and “excellent”. He gave no comments on the criminal case.
Interrogation of Oleg Feoktistov lasted for about 1 hour and 25 minutes, after which the meeting was over. His lawyer Ms. Kveidze explained why the meeting was closed: "In order to protect Feoktistov from threats and harm." Another lawyer Mr. Gridnev said that the defense was satisfied with Feoktistov’s.
Recall that today the court interrogated ex-chief of the Rosneft security Oleg Feoktistov as part of the case against former head of the Ministry of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukaev. The court satisfied prosecutors’ demand to hold the meeting behind the closed doors. All journalists were asked to leave the courtroom.
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