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The Far-Eastern “Radiopribor” associated with the fulfillment of the state defense order will not be bankrupt - Dmitry Rogozin

At a meeting on the execution of the state defense order in the Far Eastern Federal District (DFO), Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said that the Far Eastern enterprise Radiopribor would not be bankrupt. "We held a meeting on this topic two days ago (the situation on the" Radio "). We will not allow the enterprise related to the execution of the state defense order to be bankrupt," said Deputy Prime Minister

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Rogozin said that before the meeting he spoke with the Governor of the Primorsky Territory Vladimir Miklushevsky about the fate of the plant Radiopribor. "Those who are trying to withdraw money from the state defense order, play games with us, will get to the brain," he said.

One of the largest enterprises of Vladivostok - the plant "Radiopribor" - was created in 1958, during its existence a wide range of products was produced - from household transistor radios "Serenada" to automated systems for data collection and processing and on-board cruise missile homing equipment. Now the plant is in the register of enterprises of the military-industrial complex and has the status of a strategic enterprise. In 2012, it was re-equipped.

From 2015, the plant began to experience financial difficulties. A criminal case was initiated against the director on the fact of non-payment of wages to employees, and a bankruptcy procedure was introduced against the enterprise in 2016, TASS reports.

Previously reported that the debt of the plant exceeds 3,5 billion rubles, wage arrears are about 223 million rubles.
It is planned that part of the enterprise's property will be put up for sale in the near future, the proceeds will go to pay the rest of the salary debt to the employees of the plant.