EDITOR’S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis). Interesting news we just heard coming out of Russia.  The Russian authorities seized the famous chocolate factory at Lipetsk, owned by former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko… Learning the news Pat. Bartholomew was greatly saddened… Why? Because he tried to convince all of us in 2018 that he was not bribed by anyone in granting the Ukrainian Cacocephaly, as Putin accused him.  Instead he was “bribed” by chocolates given to him by Poroshenko, owner of the famous brand “Roshen”.  He claimed that ridiculous thing in public during a Christmas celebration where he started throwing these chocolates to children!! You can see the video of Bartholomew making these claims by linking here – yes he thinks that we are all utterly stupid!! And we are, no doubt!! Because we have our stupid “Archons of Disaster” keep sending him money!! 




source msn.com

Russia seizes confectionery factory owned by Ukraine’s ex-president

The shares of the renowned Lipetsk Confectionery Factory Roshen JSC, owned by former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, have been transferred to the Russian Federation. In February, the court declared Petro Poroshenko and his son extremists and banned their activities in Russia.

Bailiffs transferred the shares of JSC Lipetsk Confectionery Factory Roshen to the state, reports “Kommersant.” Thus, Russia confiscated the company’s assets, owned by former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and his son Aleksey.

Dmitry Aristov, Director of the Federal Bailiffs Service, reported the task to RIA Novosti. As mentioned in money.pl, the confiscation process began in the second half of February.

Extremist activities

This is a decision by the Lipetsk Oblast Russian court. According to the newspaper, the court banned the activities of Petro Poroshenko, his son Aleksey, and the factory’s general director, Oleg Kazakov, in Russia, deeming them extremists.

Poroshenko has facilities in Ukrainian cities Kyiv, Vinnytsia, Ivankiv, and Kremenchuk, as well as in Budapest, Hungary, and Klaipėda, Lithuania.

The assets of the Roshen confectionery plant in the Russian city of Lipetsk were seized in 2014 under the pretext of a criminal case regarding alleged tax refund fraud. In 2017, the operation of the sweets factory in Lipetsk was suspended.

Worldwide recognized brand

Roshen produces over 350 confectionery products, ranging from chocolate products to jellies, caramels, toffees, chocolate bars, cookies, wafers, sponge rolls, and cakes. The total production volume reaches approximately 330,000 tons annually. The company is best known for its “Kyiv Vechirniy” chocolates and the famous “Kyiv Cake.”

Forty percent of the exports used to go to the Russian market. Still, after the Euromaidan events, in which Poroshenko was said to be involved, and the subsequent annexation of Crimea, Russia banned imports and initiated a campaign against the Lipetsk factory.

Today, Roshen sells to 43 countries worldwide, including EU countries, Asia, North and South America, and Africa. Sweets also reach Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, and China.

The name Roshen is a contraction of the surname Petro Poroshenko.




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