The mayor hopes that after the war, low-cost airlines will start operating at the airport, and residents will be able to use their services at affordable prices.
The Dnipro City Council, together with the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, sued the city airport from businessman Igor Kolomoisky. About it informed Mayor of Dnipro Boris Filatov on his Telegram page.
He noted that a few months ago, the city administration and representatives of NABU reported that they had sued Kolomoisky airport, but the story did not end there.
“However, those who understand the intricacies of jurisprudence, especially in our country, and especially on Igor Valerievich’s “jurisprudence”, were filled with skepticism about this result.,” the mayor said in a statement.
Filatov said that the Dnipro authorities were told that they had to wait until the appeal was passed and the verdict came into force. Now the city authorities and NABU have finally won the case.
Dnipro authorities sued Kolomoisky airport
“Now I can hope that Kolomoisky will no longer parasitize on the city’s airport. And although there is still a court of cassation ahead, I am convinced that our airport has already been wrested from its hands.”, he noted.
Filatov expressed the hope that after the war, low-cost airlines would be able to enter the Dnieper and the residents of the city would use services at affordable prices.
Recall that Focus previously reported that on February 1, SBU officers searched the home of Ukrainian businessman Igor Kolomoisky. It is reported that the security forces uncovered a large-scale scheme for embezzlement of UAH 40 billion by the former manager of the Ukrnafta and Ukrtatnafta companies.
In addition, Focus previously informed that on February 4, Mayor Boris Filatov received a letter from the Kaluga region. The Russians declared their desire get dismantled Soviet monuments.