The Naftogaz Supervisory Board may meet as early as Monday to discuss the move by its chair, Clare Spottiswoode, to remove Yuriy Vitrenko as CEO,

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Bloomberg has reported. However if the three government members of the 6-member Board boycott the meeting, the dismissal would be blocked, wrote Concorde Capital. The Cabinet is opposed to the dismissal and Justice Minister Denys Malyuska says he plans fight the June 15 suspension order by the National Agency on Corruption Prevention.

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