Sechin takes initiative to unpurchase table silver for $83.500
The head of Rosneft decided to declare personally that the company refused the idea of purchasing silver tableware.
Head of Rosneft Igor Sechin declared that he disposed to cancel the purchase of table silver and a caviar dish for the total amount of 5 million rubles ($83.500). As Vedomosti report, Sechin told about it, speaking at the annual meeting of shareholders of the company in Sochi. He confirmed that these objects were intended for a complete set of the helicopter which is used in the Far East.
To recall, Navalny who has compared minimum wage in Russia (9691 rubles a month) to the prices of magnificent ware from purchase, paid attention to the purchase.
In particular, the RN-Aerokraft company was ready to buy napkin holders 32 thousand rubles ($532) apiece, nippers for sugar 29 thousand rubles ($482) apiece, a plaid of beige color 124 thousand rubles ($2061) apiece, caviar dish 83 thousand rubles ($1379) for piece and tea spoons at the price of 14 thousand rubles ($232) apiece.
The company explained that all this is necessary for equipment of the helicopter in which managers of Rosneft should work in distant flights ‘on the verge of human opportunities’.
Therefore Rosneft press secretary Leontyev called the prices ‘reasonable’, adding: "Does Navalny himself guzzles with hands and wipes with a sleeve?”
It should be noted that the corporate operator of aviation assets of Rosneft is headed by Sergey Tsoi, the former press secretary of Mayor of Moscow Yuri Luzhkov.
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