Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees the military-industrial complex, wrote a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in which he offered to replace the head of “Uralvagonzavod” Oleg Sienko and transfer Corporation “rostec”. About it the newspaper “Vedomosti” said a Federal official close to the leadership of the Ministry of defense and people familiar top managers of Uralvagonzavod.

According to close to the defense Ministry source, the need for personnel changes Rogozin explained the difficult financial and economic situation of the enterprise and threatening the performance of work on state contracts. In the same letter, Rogozin offered to send a company of state Corporation rostec, said the Federal official. Currently 100% shares of “Uralvagonzavod” belong to the government. About the idea to give the company “Rostec” is known and the other two sides “Vedomosti”.

The President instructed the Ministry of industry and trade and Ministry of economic development to analyse the proposals of Rogozin, told “Vedomosti” Federal official. According to him, the question was not initiated by Rostec, that “neither sleep nor spirit did not know.” The official said that this idea of machine Rogozin. The reason for the initiative was the dire financial condition of the company, and “Rostec” the money is there, he explained.

The General Director of “Infoline-Analytics” Mikhail Burmistrov, commenting on the publication of information, expressed the view that “the assistance” don’t need to give the whole “Uralvagonzavod”, as this will negatively affect the development of the railway and tank production. The Corporation has no experience in the railcar industry, and the brand “Uralvagonzavod” is recognizable on the domestic and foreign markets, he said. But you can pass the “assistance” some companies “Uralvagonzavod” – for example, “CHTZ-Uraltrak” and “UVZ-Logistik”, he said.

Vedomosti: Rogozin asked Putin to change the leadership of “Uralvagonzavod” and give it “Rostec” 05.10.2016

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