RIGA, LATVIA, November 14, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Igor Sychev : I couldn't achieve any justice in Russia
Two persons persecuted in Russia, Igor Sychev and Olga Litvinenko, were heard out recently by members of the Latvian parliamentarian group "For the support of Russia's civil society".
Igor Sychev, former top manager of Phosagro , was forced to flee from Russia, leaving his family there, after the conflict with the owners of company, closely related with the political elite of Russia.
The conflict started after I. Sychev didn't receive the agreed remuneration for defending Phosagro interests in court. This was dispute of previous court decisions for fines on tax avoidance and the first case in history of Russian court system, when the state paid compensation to the accused company.
"They tried to deal with me several times. Somebody tried to fake car accidents but surprisingly I stayed alive. Several investigations confirmed that the car was damaged before the drive. Criminal proceedings were also initiated against me. My passport was taken away so that I couldn't run away," explained I. Sychev.
The parcel of shares of "Phosagro" belongs to billionaire Andrey Guryev, whereas at least 10% of the company shares belong to Vladimir Litvinenko, who was the manager of Vladmir Putin's political campaign in 2000 and 2004.
Igor Sychev and Olga Litvinenko were heard out by members of the Latvian parliamentarian group "For the support of Russia's civil society". Juris Vilums and Martins Sics, as well as by two deputies of Riga City Council - Juta Strike and Krisjanis Feldmanis.