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Kazakhstan|justice & crime|June 4, 2024 / 02:16 PM
Oil terminal worth $66 million returned to state in Kazakhstan

AKIPRESS.COM - The oil terminal worth $66 million was returned to the state by court order, informburo.kz reports, citing the General Prosecutor's Office of Kazakhstan.

The Almaty prosecutor filed a lawsuit, demanding the return of the terminal with an area of ​​134 hectares, located in the Aktau international seaport.

"The lawsuit was filed to compensate for damage caused by the illegal seizure of a foreign investor's property by a company owned by Askar Kulibayev. The terminal was given into the ownership of Kulibayev's company in 2011," the statement noted.

The specialized interdistrict economic court of Mangistau region satisfied the prosecutor's claim on February 26. The judicial act entered into legal force.

Askar Kulibayev is the father of Timur Kulibayev. He worked as the Minister of Construction, Housing and Development. Now he is an entrepreneur. According to Forbes, he owns BRIDGING GAPS COMPANY.

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