The Czech Republic FAA froze VEB.RF’s funds in the bankrupt company’s accounts.
PRAGUE, January 16 – RIA Novosti. As reported Monday evening, the Czech Republic Financial Analytics Department (FAA) froze approximately 175 million kronor (approximately $7.9 million) of VEB.RF in the accounts of the bankrupt Pilsen Steel company, formerly controlled by VEB.RF. Czech TV.
According to the channel, in the past VEB.RF, through its company VEB Kapital, controlled Pilsen Steel, which went bankrupt in 2019, after which the FAA froze its funds.
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