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MOSCOW, May 13. /TASS/. The editor-in-chief of Russia's RBC media holding, Yelizaveta Osetinskaya, is leaving the company, RBC press service said on Friday.
Maxim Solyus, the editor-in-chief of the RBC daily newspaper, and Roman Badanin, the head of the RBC news agency, will also leave on May 13, RBC said.
"We recently had many discussions of RBC further development and could not come to a common opinion on the key issues, therefore the decision was made to part with each other. I’d like to thank Yelizaveta, Roman and Maxim for their work and contribution into the company’s development," RBC director general Nikolai Molibog said.
Osetinskaya, Badanin and Solyus were unavailable for comment.
Osetinskaya who joined RBC in 2013 said on her Facebook page she will not talk with anyone at the moment and thanked her followers and friends for support.