Ukrainian enterprises "seized" by the "DNR/LNR" occupiers were reassigned to a new "investor" who replaced Vneshtogrsevis that made them bankrupt. This is said in the statement of the "DNR/LNR" leaders Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik.
"In connection with the difficult situation in the industrial complexes transferred by the Republics to the management of ZAO Vneshtorgservis, where wage arrears have become chronic, the leadership of the Republics faced the question of finding a new investor", - the occupiers admitted.
According to the "republics" leaders, at present, "negotiations with representatives of the investment group which will provide financing and development of metallurgical and coke-chemical enterprises managed by ZAO Vneshtorgservis have been completed".
The new investor promises to pay off huge wage arrears and debts "to counterparties" in three months.
The first payments are expected on Friday.
The "DNR/LNR" leaders do not name the mysterious investor promising to invest huge sums in the bleeding enterprises of the occupied Donbas.
As previously reported, the factories and mines stolen from their legal owners, which are located in the territory of the Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts temporarily uncontrolled by Ukraine, are managed by the Russian company Vneshtorgservis registered in unrecognized South Ossetia for camouflage.