The Senator from Dagestan Suleiman Kerimov has filed a lawsuit on protection of honor and dignity to AO “AC Rus Media” (Forbes magazine), “Versia” (the newspaper “Our version”) and JSC “Business news Media” (the newspaper “Vedomosti”), said the Agency “Moscow” in Gagarin district court of Moscow. The essence of the claim is not specified.”Claims on protection of honor and dignity received an email and registered but the judge has not yet passed. In fact the spread of the controversial text,”— said the press Secretary of the court Anastasia Igoshina.What kind of text is it, is unknown. The Agency, however, notes that in may, Forbes published an article “the Hidden heirs: what do we know about the children of Russian billionaires?”. It said that the son of Senator Saeed Kerimov remains “deep in the shadows”, “although he now owns the family assets.” Forbes noted that from April 2016, it said Kerimov, a member of the Board of Directors of gold company “pole” and is a member of the strategy Committee, however, nowhere have pictures of him. The magazine also wrote about the Senator’s daughters — Gulnara and Amina — also little is known. Besides, on the website in may, Forbes released a ranking of the richest Russian heirs, which included children Senator (ninth place). About the rating, in particular, wrote “Vedomosti”. On the website of the newspaper “Nasha versiya” published an article, “Save her”, in which it was reported that among candidates for the state support was logistics holding “Business lines” and his property management service, LLC window. The article stated that these companies are controlled by one group of people — Magomedrasul Hajiyev, Gregory Gurarie and Tatiana Bashmakova. The newspaper noted that Ms. Bashmakova, according to Forbes, “refers to the inner circle of the Russian Senator and billionaire Souleymane Kerimov,” and it is reported that the Senator’s son said Karimov, in 2017 gave her one of his companies — “air cinema”.
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