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“We have taken them under control as money collected on the territory of the people’s republic, including through the tax inspection, went to Kiev,” a spokesman said adding that “it was also the reason behind our visit to the office of the DTEK company (headquartered in Donetsk).”
“Enterprises that work in the people's republic must pay taxes to its budget,” he said.Earlier, Donetsk Mayor Alexander Lukyanchenko reported in a statement on his website that unidentified armed people had entered the building of the branch of Ukraine’s National Bank in the Donetsk Region.
DTEK is the largest privately-owned vertically-integrated energy company in Ukraine, whose enterprises extract coal and operate on electrical power generation and supply markets.
The company, owned by Ukrainian multi-billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, is the energy division of System Capital Management (SCM), one of Ukraine’s leading financial and industrial groups.