UNN reports that according to information from the portal YouControl, the Central Commercial Court of Appeal rejected the appeal of PJSC "Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo" on the decision to impose a fine of 114. thousand UAH from the company's account for consumed electricity.
In 2017, "Zaporizhzhyaoblenerho" received electricity from "Energorynok", but did not paid for the product.
This year, "Energorynok", filed a lawsuit against "Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo", and the Commercial Court of Zaporizhia Oblast ordered the debtor to pay " Energorynok" 114.5 thousand UAH as fine for electricity supplied in 2017.
"Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo" did not agree with the decision of the court of first instance and filed an appeal against it. However, the Central Commercial Court of Appeal rejected the appeal of PJSC "Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo" because the company did not attach to it evidence of payment of court fees.
"Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo" is also involved in NABU's criminal proceedings over the so-called "Kryuchkov-Surkis" energy schemes through "Energomerezha".
According to the results of the investigation, the former head of " Energomerezha" Dmitry Kryuchkov has already received suspicion.
Kryuchkov is called «the man of Surkis.« For example, in the record of telephone conversations available to the media, Kryuchkov, Konenenko, Surkis and others discussed the issue of delivering money to Surkis brothers office (at the Dynamo Stadium).
Surkis brothers themselves do not yet have the status of suspects in the proceedings, although they have been interrogated.
Also, during searches of FC Dynamo's offices, NABU detectives seized documents that the WACS later found to be related to "Energomerezha" energy deals.
UNN reference: Ukrainian oligarchs Surkis brothers are the minority owners of "Zaporizhzhyaoblenergo". 16.52% of the company is registered with the Surkis related company Lex Perfecta (Cyprus).