Ukraine, oligarchy | Captain of Russian luxury boat wants to go – Fuel denied:

Since Russia invaded Ukraine a few weeks ago, rich Russians and the Russian government have been allowed. In Norway, much of the focus is on Russian boats at sea.

Among them was former KGB officer Vladimir Stralkovsky’s “Rockner” who was also charged by police while on the beach in Norwich.

NRK was in contact with the captain of the boat, who expressed a desire to leave Norwich. It is not a small problem that prevents them from doing so.

– We want to get out of Norwich. We wanted to travel last week, but no supplier would sell us fuel, so we’re stuck here now, says Captain Rob Lancaster N.R.K..

Not allowed

Many Russian oligarchs have been allowed by the European Union since the beginning of the war in an attempt to attack the Russian economy and politics. But the owner of the boat in Norwich is not yet on the list of any restrictions. Nevertheless, various soldiers in Norwich refuse to supply fuel.

– Local suppliers only say they will not supply it to us. We are not on the list of sanctions, we are traveling under the Maltese flag, explaining that we are not a Russian group. But no one will listen to what we have to say, Captain NRK continues.

Among other things, NRK and Forward Sven Holmlund is the general manager of Holmlund Oil Service in Narvik.

– I have nothing to do with the behavior of the Russians in Ukraine. Why should we help them? They can patrol the house. Or use sails, says Holmland.

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Can not be captured

Since Norway is not a member of the EU, Norway cannot submit proposals on who should be allowed by the EU.

– No channels have been set up for third countries such as Norway to advertise their own plans for listing, and Norwegian authorities have not done so. Foreign Minister Anniken Hoodfeld responded to SV politician Mona Fegoras last Sunday that the government would work to ensure that such a channel exists in Norway as well.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich may be the worst oligarchy allowed in large numbers. Abramovich is trying to sell the London club.

Last week, in addition to Abramovich, Britain allowed all six oligarchy:

  • Oleg Deripaska holds shares in En + Group
  • Igor Chetsjin, CEO of Rosneft
  • Andrey Kostin, Board Chairman of VTB Bank
  • Alexei Miller, CEO of energy company Gasprom
  • Nikolai Dokarev, chairman of Transnept, a Russian state-owned pipeline company
  • Dmitry Lepadev, Chairman of the Rosija Bank Board

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The insane wealth of oligarchy: five billion in the largest luxury boats, palaces and private jets

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