Source Pravda.Ru

LUKoil announces $1m reward for missing official

LUKoil announced a RUR30m (about $948,122) reward for information, whichcould contribute to the save return of Sergey Kukura, the senior vicepresident of the company kidnapped yesterday. This information was releasedin a statement of LUKoil president Vagit Alekperov distributed today. "I amaddressing the Russian business community with a request to help us tosearch for our friend and colleague. Helping each other and the state tocreate secure conditions for the development of business is our commoninterest", Alekperov stated.The LUKoil president also reported that they had taken additional measuresfor the security of top managers and production facilities of the companyin connection with Kukura's kidnapping..

Comments
Russian politician says Donald Trump extremely dangerous for Russia
Kim Jong-un's tactic of hard power teaches USA lesson of obedience
Russian Guard to see enemies behind walls
Russian Guard to see enemies behind walls
Turkish President Erdogan issues ultimatum to Washington and Brussels
Having lost in Syria, the West needs to find another victim nation
Russian-Indian defence cooperation in danger after India commits inadmissible act
Kim Jong-un's tactic of hard power teaches USA lesson of obedience
Kim Jong-un's tactic of hard power teaches USA lesson of obedience
Putin in Egypt: Who's the big player in the Middle East?
Putin in Egypt: Who's the big player in the Middle East?
US military men depressed over of Russia's new T-5000 sniper rifle
Turkish President Erdogan issues ultimatum to Washington and Brussels
Turkish President Erdogan issues ultimatum to Washington and Brussels
US military men depressed over of Russia's new T-5000 sniper rifle
Turkish President Erdogan issues ultimatum to Washington and Brussels
Child model from Russia ranked most beautiful girl in the world
Russia works on MiG-41 doomsday fighter jet
US military men depressed over of Russia's new T-5000 sniper rifle
US military men depressed over of Russia's new T-5000 sniper rifle
Russia to rebuild its former Soviet naval base in Syria's Tartus