Anti-oligarchy activists threaten to block Poroshenko's enterprises in Ukraine
Member of Parliament Semen Semenchenko from the Samopomich parliamentary faction has announced that members of the Movement of Liberation of Ukraine from Oligarchs have decided to block the businesses that belong to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Ukraine.
"It's not only Roshen, these are more than 100 enterprises across the country: media, banking and insurance companies, agricultural holdings, industrial enterprises – all of them except for those working for defense," he wrote on Facebook on Sunday, October 29.
Read alsoRoshen liquidating its factory in Russia's Lipetsk – mediaAmong the enterprises are Roshen Corporation's Vinnytsia confectionery factory and a logistics center in Yahotyn, Kyiv region.
Semenchenko claims war veterans who are members of the movement have chosen to block the president's businesses "in response to Petro Poroshenko's blocking of the most important initiatives to clean up the authorities and fight corruption."
Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman earlier said that he thinks Semenchenko works in favor of Russia. According to Groysman, the organizers of the blockade of trade with Russian-occupied Donbas, including MP Semenchenko, have direct connections with the special services of the Russian Federation.