sInat Akhmetov is the richest man in Ukraine who claimed that with his company he would rebuild the besieged city of Mariupol.
Mariupol is an example of a tournament
Akhmetov Known for its successful steelmaking companies, two of which are in the city MariupolHowever, the current climate in the country has damaged his empire as this has been going on for about eight years, but he is confident that the soldiers in Ukraine will defend the city, however, based on the images shared in multiple outlets, some might say it looks like a wasteland due to the bombing continuous by the Russian army.
Rinat Akhmetov will have to pay off the debts first before committing to rebuilding
Rinat stated that he has not yet set a date to start rebuilding because he needs to make sure he can pay off the debts of the companies he runs.
Mariupol is a global tragedy and a global example of heroism. For me, Mariupol and It will always be a Ukrainian city“I believe that our brave soldiers will defend the city, although I understand how difficult and difficult it will be for them,” Akhmedov told Reuters.
Mittenvest The International Steel and Mining Group said it refuses to operate under Russian occupation and that the Mariupol attacks unilaterally crippled much of Ukraine’s mineral production.
Management appears to the president
Akhmetov He admires President Volodymyr Zelensky’s passion and professionalism in responding to the war, regardless of whether there were plans last year to overthrow his government and tried to link the billionaire to a coup, which he clearly said was an absolute lie.
Mariupol is a global tragedy and a global example of heroism. For me, Mariupol was and always will be a Ukrainian city, and I believe that our brave soldiers will defend the city, although I understand how difficult and difficult it is for them
From an undisclosed location, he also said that this is the time for unity and planning to rebuild their beloved homeland.
“My ambition is to return to Ukraine’s Mariupol and implement our plans (new production) so that the steel produced by Mariupol can compete in world markets as before.” He said.