Simply put, if until now it was possible to recover only Gazprom’s funds placed in banks, now the penalty applies to all the debtor’s property- he wrote on Facebook.
According to the minister, this court decision "should be made public in a few days."
In February 2016, the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine decided to impose a fine on PJSC Gazprom on 85,9 billion hryvnia (about $ 3,36 billion) due to violation of the law on the protection of economic competition. Subsequently, the AMCU counted 100% penalty for 85,9 billion hryvnia fine by PJSC Gazprom. In December 2016, the Economic Court of Kiev satisfied the claim of the AMCU regarding the enforcement of a fine and penalty from PJSC Gazprom in the amount of 172 billion hryvnia.
In August, Gazprom filed an application to the Supreme Court of Ukraine with a demand to reconsider the decision on collecting 172 billion hryvnias a fine and penalty. The Supreme Court of Ukraine 14 September refused to "Gazprom" to consider the appeal, reports TASS