The position is related to yesterday's meeting of the emergency parliamentary committee led by Maya Manolova. There, businessman Pavel Stoimenov told a story in which he accused the co-owner of “Gradus” AD Ivan Angelov of irregularities.
See what else is said in the position of “Gradus” JSC:
Gradus AD categorically rejects all accusations made by the highest institutional tribune in Bulgaria. The company does not maintain or maintain commercial relations with the person Pavel Stoimenov, defining as false and manipulative his claims made before the National Assembly. The only true thing in Pavel Stoimenov's words is his admission that he did not know Mr. Ivan Angelov and never had any business relationship with him. Gradus AD relies on the Bulgarian legislation and institutions and intends to seek judicial responsibility for any false claim made at the address of the company.
Gradus AD will not tolerate lawlessness and culloary justice. The blow to the image and value of the company is not just reproached, it is criminal. The Company will use all legal options to protect its investors and customers.
“Gradus”: The company has not maintained commercial relations with Pavel Stoimenov
On Monday 10 May, Gradus Plc was the subject of successive manipulations and suggestions aimed at damaging the company's image and inflicting financial damage to its investors particularly large. To our great regret, once again the tribune of this attack was the building of the Bulgarian Parliament and political persons complicit in it. Georgi Babev, independent member of the Board of Directors “Gradus” JSC came with this position.tags:
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