The Board of Directors of OAO RSK MiG Corporation has recommended shareholders meeting to appoint from 1 January to the post of director Mikhail Pogosyan
19 December, 2008
December 19, AVIA.RU - The Board of Directors of OAO Russian aircraft corporation MiG (RSK MiG), 100% owned by the State, yesterday approved Mikhail Pogosyan for the post of director. At the same time, was approved financial recovery plan for the enterprise, approved by the eve of the interdepartmental commission for the support of strategic enterprises.
This writes the newspaper Kommersant. "
In particular, the decision on the allocation of RSK MiG, debts which amount to 44.6 billion rubles., 15 billion rubles.in the form of investments in equity.Placing additional issue is scheduled for January 2009 - clarifies the issue.
According to the newspaper source in the board of directors of RSK MiG, yesterday recommended the council meeting of shareholders a corporation prematurely terminate the powers of the director Anatoly Belov, and from 1 January to appoint to this post Mikhail Pogosyan.On the change of leadership in the RSK MiG became known in mid-November. The only contender for the post of corporate director Mikhail Pogosyan, who while retain the post of director AHK “dry”, as a condition of his appointment, identified the provision of state enterprise debts which amount to 44.6 billion rubles - tells the publication.
According to the source of Kommersant, was yesterday approved a plan for financial recovery business. Before the evening of inter-ministerial commission to support strategic enterprises under the supervision of the Deputy Minister of Finance Anton Siluanova agreed on the allocation of RSK MiG 15 billion rubles.“in the form of investments in authorized capital.” In the Ministry of Finance confirmed this information: “Before the end of the year should be drafted the Government of Russian Federation to hold additional issue of shares RSK MiG, under which the placement of capital MIGA will make these funds.” Additional issue is scheduled for January 2009.
In mid-November, the KLA leadership asked the DNC to provide subsidy of 20 billion rubles - the newspaper said.