Employees of the FSB Central Office allegedly showed up today, September 6, in the morning at his house, also known as his office at 14 Starorusskaya Street.
Some sources state that the reason for the visit could be a case filed regarding alleged thefts at LOESK, the second energy company in the Leningrad region, serving about a million consumers, including many social facilities, and also having obligations to the State Defense Order.
The company’s interest can easily be explained by its serious financial problems. LOESK’s external debt is about 8 billion rubles, 5 billion of which must be repaid this year, 47news journalists calculated. The reason for the appearance of liabilities is loans taken to cover cash gaps. But these gaps are explained by the new policy of the Leningrad Region Tariff Committee.
24.99% of LOESK belongs to the Leningrad region, and most of it belongs to Ilya Traber, who needs no introduction.
Whether investigative actions are valid, we do not undertake. By 11 am, the situation at the iconic building for St. Petersburg in the 90s on Starorusskaya, 14 was calm, if not pacifying. However, purely externally, the events taking place around LOESK cannot but be alarming.