Atomflot’s property may be seized

Publish date: August 20, 2004

Based on the decision from the Russian Tax Inspection, a court in Murmansk intends to put a lien on the property and equipment, which belongs to the Atomflot company, the service base of the Russian nuclear icebreakers.

Atomflot ran into debt to the federal budget for about $479,000 . The confiscation is not to endanger Atomflot’s capability to store and handle nuclear waste, reported.

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