In Russia-occupied Sevastopol, the so-called bailiffs sealed the premises of the administrative building of the shipyard "South Sevastopol" and take the property away, according to the plant director Patimat Aliyeva.
“The bailiffs must ensure that the court's decision on our voluntary transfer of state property from the lease is implemented. But in fact, they clearly exceed official powers, knocking out doors to offices, taking out equipment, things, documentation without inventory," she noted.
The conflict around the ship repair plant began in the summer of 2017, when the occupation authorities demanded the termination of the tenancy contract of the property complex on the basis of which the plant operated. The reason was the charge of non-payment of rent in the amount of 32 million rubles. The factory is ready to recognize only 18 million debt, since city officials incorrectly converted the rental rate from Ukrainian hryvna to rubles.
After lengthy trials, the plant was ordered to terminate the lease and return the property to the city, freeing the company from paying the debt. In the beginning of October last year, the occupiers tried to take the factory away from the owners with the help of the special forces.
Earlier it was reported that the so-called parliament of Crimea occupied by Russia agreed on the sale of sanatoriums in Yalta, hotels in Feodosia, as well as a number of facilities in Simferopol and the Black Sea region. The correspondent decision was supported by 65 "MPs".