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Companies were allowed not to disclose information on transactions related to state defense orders

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Companies (JSC and LLC) may not disclose information regarding transactions related to the implementation of the state defense order and the implementation of military-technical cooperation. The corresponding decree, signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev 15 January 2018, was published on Tuesday on the government's website.


In addition, firms may not disclose information about transactions concluded with Russian legal entities and individuals who are on the sanction lists of foreign countries.

Companies were allowed not to disclose information on transactions related to state defense orders


Resolution of the Federal Law "On Joint Stock Companies" is supplemented by a new standard that establishes the powers of the Russian government to determine cases in which companies have the right not to disclose information relating to "major transactions and interested-party transactions." In addition, cases of exemption of companies from the obligation to disclose information about such transactions are determined.

Medvedev also signed another decree according to which legal entities who are on the sanction lists of foreign countries may not post certain information on the Internet, including “the issuance of an independent guarantee, as well as the essential conditions of such a guarantee, information about the client’s signing a financing agreement under the assignment of a monetary claim between legal entities and others, "noted on the government website.

At the same time, unpublished information is entered into the Unified Register (the Unified Federal Register of Legally Relevant Information on the Facts of Activities of Legal Entities, Individual Entrepreneurs and Other Economic Actors) without posting them on the Internet
- reads the explanatory note to the document.

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  1. polpot
    polpot 17 January 2018 13: 23
    +3
    The solution is quite normal and understandable the less our "partners" know from open sources the better
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 17 January 2018 13: 30
      +4
      Quote: polpot
      Companies were allowed not to disclose information on transactions related to state defense orders

      especially the less the prosecutor knows.
      1. Cxnumx
        Cxnumx 17 January 2018 13: 33
        +1
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        the less the prosecutor knows.

        and where is it said about the prosecutor's office?
        1. Gardamir
          Gardamir 17 January 2018 13: 48
          +1
          and where there
          Thank God, it’s still not forbidden to use brains for their intended purpose.
          1. Cxnumx
            Cxnumx 17 January 2018 13: 55
            0
            Quote: Gardamir
            Thank God, it’s still not forbidden to use brains for their intended purpose.

            consider me imbecile)) I don’t see in what place this law limits the powers of our prosecutor's office in relation to these companies.
            1. Gardamir
              Gardamir 17 January 2018 13: 57
              +4
              this law limits the powers of our prosecutor’s office in
              They will be allowed to conduct all transactions secretly, which means there will be no trace that the prosecutor’s office can then find a big question. And will the prosecutor’s office be allowed to touch these gentlemen?
              1. Cxnumx
                Cxnumx 17 January 2018 15: 26
                +1
                Quote: Gardamir
                They will be allowed to conduct all transactions secretly, which means there will be no trace that the prosecutor’s office can then find a big question. And will the prosecutor’s office be allowed to touch these gentlemen?

                What does it mean "will not remain" and "secretly"? all documents on such transactions are at least kept by the customer organization and the Moscow Region; no one is exempted from bookkeeping and reporting on these transactions, including suppliers; no one prohibits the prosecutor's office to check them if necessary; FAS still has access to such transactions.
                simply, you will not find information on these transactions (customer, supplier, pricing, terms, volumes, etc.) in open sources, for example, here:
                http://zakupki.gov.ru
                all.
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        2. Rusland
          Rusland 17 January 2018 13: 49
          +9
          It's time, and then how many subcontractors, so many sanctions.
      2. Non liberoid Russian
        Non liberoid Russian 17 January 2018 22: 16
        0
        At the same time, unpublished information is entered into the Unified Register (the Unified Federal Register of Legally Relevant Information on the Facts of Activities of Legal Entities, Individual Entrepreneurs and Other Economic Actors) without posting them on the Internet


        for those especially limited to the brain
  2. bubalik
    bubalik 17 January 2018 13: 43
    +1
    Companies (JSCs and LLCs) may not disclose information regarding transactions related to the implementation of the state defense order and the implementation of military-technical cooperation.

    ,,, uh, you don't sleep tight yes and sometimes you read and think that we have soup ladles and "dual-use" spoons
  3. Gardamir
    Gardamir 17 January 2018 13: 47
    +2
    Another corruption component.
    legal entities on the sanctions lists of foreign states,
    Somehow it happened that these are well-known oligarchs
    1. Cxnumx
      Cxnumx 17 January 2018 16: 31
      0
      Like these or what?
      List of companies subject to new US sanctions. New restrictions will begin to be introduced from January 29, 2018. For Russian companies and organizations, in particular, they will be expressed in restrictions on the issuance of loans and the tightening of visa policies.
      The list includes the following defense enterprises:
      1. JSC "Admiralty Shipyards"
      2. Concern aerospace defense "Almaz-Antey"
      3. Dolgoprudnensky research and production enterprise
      4. Federal Research and Production Center "Titan-Barricades"
      5. Izhevsk Mechanical Plant
      6. Concern "Izhmash"
      7. Concern "Kalashnikov"
      8. Machine-building plant named after M. I. Kalinina
      9. Instrument Design Bureau
      10. Military-industrial corporation NPO mashinostroeniya
      11. Vyatka-Polyansky engineering plant "Hammer"
      12. Mytishchi Engineering Plant
      13. Experimental Design Bureau "Novator"
      14. NPO "High-precision complexes"
      15. The NGO "Alloy"
      16. United Industrial Corporation "Oboronprom"
      17. Concern "Radio-electronic technologies"
      18. Concern "Radio engineering and information systems"
      19. Research and Production Corporation Uralvagonzavod
      20. JSC "Rosoboronexport"
      21. State Corporation Rostec
      22. Russian Aircraft Corporation Mig
      23. Helicopters of Russia JSC
      24. Concern "Constellation"
      25. NGO "Basalt"
      26. JSC "Sukhoi Civil Aircraft"
      27. Tactical Missile Corporation Corporation
      28. Research Institute of Instrumentation. V.V. Tikhomirova
      29. OJSC "Tupolev"
      30. United Aircraft Corporation
      31. United Engine Corporation
      32. United Instrumentation Corporation
      33. United Shipbuilding Corporation

      source: https: //www.vedomosti.ru/business/articl
      es / 2017/10/28/739724-spisok-kompanii
      1. Gardamir
        Gardamir 17 January 2018 17: 46
        +1
        Like these or what?
        no type of these
        Federation Council Chairman Valentina Matvienko
        State Duma Speaker Sergey Naryshkin
        Vice Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak
        Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin
        Head of Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov
        Vyacheslav Volodin, First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration
        First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Alexei Gromov
        Presidential Aide Vladislav Surkov
        Presidential Aide Andrei Fursenko
        Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation Sergey Glazyev
        President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Kozhin
        Vice Speaker of the Federation Council Yevgeny Bushmin
        Chairman of the Constitutional Committee of the Council of the Federation Andrei Klishas
        Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Viktor Ozerov
        Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Federation Council Vladimir Jabarov
        Federation Council member Oleg Panteleev
        Member of the Federation Council Nikolay Ryzhkov
        Federation Council member Alexander Totoonov
        Member of the Federation Council from Crimea Sergey Tsekov
        Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Sergey Zheleznyak
        Head of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children Elena Mizulina
        Head of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Alexei Pushkov
        Head of the State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs Leonid Slutsky
        State Duma deputy, leader of A Just Russia, Sergei Mironov
        Head of the Main Intelligence Directorate Igor Sergun
        Director of the Federal Service for Drug Control Viktor Ivanov
        Head of the Federal Security Service Evgeny Murov
        Head of Rosneft Igor Sechin
        Head of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin
        Head of Rostec Sergey Chemezov
        Businessman Arkady Rotenberg
        Businessman Boris Rothenberg
        Businessman Gennady Timchenko
        Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bank "Russia" Yuri Kovalchuk
        Permanent Representative of the President of Russia in Crimea Oleg Belaventsev
        Prime Minister of Crimea Sergey Aksenov
        First Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Rustam Temirgaliyev
        Speaker of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Konstantinov
        Advisor to the Speaker of the State Council of Crimea Yuri Zherebtsov
        Former Acting Governor of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly
        Chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Republic of Crimea, Mikhail Malyshev
        Chairman of the City Election Commission of Sevastopol Valery Medvedev
        Former Head of the Crimean Directorate of the Security Service of Ukraine Petro Zima
        Assistant to the President of Russia Igor Schegolev
        Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Sergey Neverov
        Head of the Ministry of Crimea Affairs Oleg Saveliev
        Prosecutor of Crimea Natalya Poklonskaya
        Head of the DPR, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the DPR Alexander Zakharchenko
        Chairman of the Parliament of New Russia Oleg Tsarev
        First Deputy Prime Minister of the DPR Vladimir Antyufeev.
        The head of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic, Igor Plotnitsky
        Worker of the DNI, science fiction writer Fedor Berezin
        One of the commanders of the militia DNI Igor Bezler
        Leader of the Donbass People’s Militia Pavel Gubarev
        Chairman of the Republican Assembly of the LPR Alexei Karyakin
        Minister of Government of the DPR Alexander Khryakov
        Leader of the Union of Cossacks of the Region of the Don Cossacks Nikolay Kozitsyn
        One of the leaders of the militia LC Alexey Mozgovoy
        Deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Crimea Dmitry Neklyudov
        Writer, DPR activist Miroslav Rudenko
        Deputy of the Parliament of New Russia Peter Savchenko
        Entrepreneur, Managing Partner, Marshall Capital Partners Konstantin Malofeev
        Biker, public figure Alexander Zaldostanov ("Surgeon")
        Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Abisov
        Russian public figure, philosopher, political scientist, sociologist Alexander Dugin
        Leader of the Eurasian Youth Union Pavel Kanishchev
        Leader of the Eurasian Youth Union Andrei Kovalenko
        And about. Oleg Kozyura, Head of the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation in Sevastopol
        One of the leaders of the DPR militia, Sergei Zdryldyuk (call sign "Abver")
        Business Development Manager, Kalashnikov Concern Andrei Bilyutin
        Citizen of the Russian Federation Peter Kolbin
        Businessman Sergey Kurchenko
        Chief Specialist of the Export Department of the Kalashnikov Concern Sergey Omelchenko
        Citizen of the Russian Federation and Finland Roman Rotenberg
        Oleg Usachev
        Tatyana Chernykh, appears in the documents of the US Treasury as "the manager of international relations of the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant"
        Eduard Ioffe (Deputy General Director for Trade Relations of IMZ and the Kalashnikov Concern)
        Vakhtang Karamyan (Director for Business Development in the Middle East at Kalashnikov Concern)
        Many of them simply cherished when they came under sanctions, such as the most important patriots, calmed down something, it turns out patriotism can not be smeared with bread.
        And what are you so worried about enterprises? Everything has been replaced by us for a long time.
        And for the Americans for their sanctions, we will help with the next purchase of treasuries.
        1. Cxnumx
          Cxnumx 17 January 2018 18: 33
          0
          Quote: Gardamir
          And what are you so worried about enterprises? Everything has been replaced by us for a long time.

          I especially liked the DNR / LNR lists - solid oligarchs))) and of course we have a solid replacement like Siemens turbines that went to Crimea. or, for example, replacing loans to our enterprises, since it is certainly possible to develop only with our own funds, but 10 times slower than using borrowed funds. and yes, what I'm worried about. let us continue to open up information on the defense industry to everyone (who, what, how much, from whom, when, why did I buy it), otherwise it will not be so convenient for them to analyze the activity.
        2. Non liberoid Russian
          Non liberoid Russian 17 January 2018 22: 18
          0
          and where is the legal entity here? show or sign at least one not literacy and understanding of the issue with an eternal desire to poke
    2. Cxnumx
      Cxnumx 17 January 2018 16: 46
      +1
      and add: will there be a corruption component? Yes, of course it will. it is now, always and absolutely everywhere (all over the world) is, always and everywhere will be. will there be more harm from it than from targeted harm to companies by the West? but here I’m not sure.
      1. Petrol cutter
        Petrol cutter 17 January 2018 19: 36
        +1
        Totally agree with you.
  4. Lexus
    Lexus 17 January 2018 14: 36
    +3
    In the age of the Internet and globalization, it’s not at all difficult to get information about who does what. Almost all defense enterprises have their own sites.
    I think they decided to save citizens from worries about theft, embezzlement and other failures in the defense sphere. And "truth-tellers", if they do not calm down, can be imprisoned for "disclosure."
    1. Petrol cutter
      Petrol cutter 17 January 2018 20: 10
      +2
      Well, what truth-seekers? In order to cut the truth, the uterus must have the appropriate evidence, that is, documents. Otherwise, it is an empty ring. Serious people are already under subscription, and no one will allow empty calls to documentation. But if allowed, then this is espionage. I somehow see it so-so.