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Russia’s lawsuit against Kyiv metro likely to cause transport chaos in the city
11:20, 2 June 2016
Russia’s lawsuit against Kyiv metro likely to cause transport chaos in the city

Court arrests 100 Kyiv metro carriages previously leased from a Russian company

11:20, 2 June 2016

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Kyiv mayor Vitaliy Klitschko addressed the National Security and Defense Council and Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko to help settle the issue with 100 Kyiv metro carriages previously leased from a Russian company ‘UkrRosLeasing’, press center of Kyiv City Council reports.

The Russian company filed a lawsuit against Kyiv metropolitan to pay the debt in the amount of USD 80 million. Ultimately, Kyiv Economic Court arrested the leased metro carriages on May 13. The arrest is likely to cause transport chaos in the city, the report says.

‘Only thanks to a prompt appeal against the court’s arrest on the leased metro carriages, we managed to avoid transport chaos in Ukraine’s capital. Nevertheless, the issue needs settlement’, - the press service quotes Klitschko.

The mayor, turned to Ukraine’s President Poroshenko and National Security and Defense Council to help settle the issue, threatening Ukraine’s national security.

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