The richest man in Ukraine wants to sue Russia – internationally and nationally. Rinat Akhmetov is the owner of Azov Steelworks in Mariupol. His losses are said to be between $17 billion and $20 billion.

The richest man in Ukraine wants to sue Russia. Rinat Akhmetov is considered the most influential oligarch in the country. He is a Ukrainian entrepreneur, politician – and owner of the Azov steelworks in the occupied city of Mariupol.

He now wants to sue Russia for the destruction of the iron and steel works in Mariupol and all losses or lost companies. In an interview with ” “, the multi-billionaire explains: “We will definitely sue Russia and demand damages for all losses and lost companies.” Akhmetov further explains that he will file his lawsuits in all international and national courts.

According to Rinat Akhmetov, he lost between $17 and $20 billion. He also owns the company Metinvest, which is owned by the Mariupol Azov Steelworks. The Azov Steel Works were almost completely destroyed during the capture of Mariupol.

Originally, Akhmetov was still pro-Russia – mainly out of economic interest. However, two weeks after the start of the Russian war of aggression, Akhmetov changed his position. In an interview with Forbes, the Ukrainian billionaire accused Russia of war crimes.

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