Former vice-president of Rosneft loses potential position in FSB because of Ulyukaev’s case
For Oleg Feoktistov, who headed the oil company’s security service, there was no place in the Central Office of the security agency.
Former vice-president of Rosneft, who also headed the company's security service, Oleg Feoktistov could not return to work in the FSB, The Bell reports citing sources. As the interlocutors of the newspaper clained, the reason for this was the Kremlin's discontent with the participation of the special services in the affairs of Rosneft.
It is to be recalled that on April 5, 2017, Rosneft’s Board of Directors terminated Feoktistov's powers ahead of schedule. It was supposed, as Kommersant wrote at the time, that the General, who had participated in the detention of ex-Minister of Economic Development Alexey Ulyukaev, would return to work in the Central Office of the FSB.
By the way, as Ulyukaev himself stated in court on Wednesday, August 16, Feoktistov and Sechin (Igor Sechin - the head of Rosneft) were the initiators of the "vile provocation", which resulted in the criminal prosecution of the former Head of the Ministry of Economic Development, who was accused of receiving $2 million from employees of Rosneft.
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