The son of the Prosecutor General, Chaika started a company to export products to China

Exports to China

LLC “Russian exports” was registered on March 28, 2016 in Moscow, follows from the data of the Unified state register of legal entities (EGRUL). The main activity of the company — wholesale of grain, seeds and Sterns for agricultural animals, additional activities — wholesale of coffee, tea, cocoa, spices and other goods. “Russian exports” the four co-owners, the largest share — 41% — owned Igor Chaika. Specified in the unified taxpayer identification number (TIN) Igor Gulls coincides with the VAT number of the owner 99% of the company “Aqua solid”. The newspaper “Vedomosti” in October of 2015 pointed out that “Aqua solid” company Igor Chaika, the son of the Russian Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika. Contact Chaika-younger failed.

Another co-owner “Russian export” with a share of 24.5% is the CEO of the company Anna Barysheva. It also owns 50% of another company “Russian export”, registered at the same address as that of the new firm, the other 50% — at Sergey Simonov. “Russian export” without the participation of the Gulls was registered in June of 2015 and is also specialized in wholesale of grain, seeds and Sterns for agricultural animals. Barysheva refused to answer questions of the correspondent .

In the presentation of the company “Russian export” on page Barysheva on LinkedIn indicate that the company consolidates the products of Russian manufacturers, and carry out their transportation, customs clearance, certification and further sale in the people’s Republic of China (PRC). Also in the presentation stated that “Russian export” has offices in Moscow and Beijing. A source in “Russian exports” explained that a new company with the participation of Gulls in fact replaces the old.

On the website of Moscow state regional University indicated that in July 2015, General Director of “Russian exports” Anna Barysheva was a lecturer in a training seminar about the sale of Russian goods in China. Another lecturer was declared the adviser of the Governor of Moscow region Artem Semenov. The person with such name is owned by another 24.5% of the “new” “Russian export”. Artem Semenov works as an adviser to the Moscow region Governor on a voluntary basis, listed on the website of the regional government. Familiar Semenov said he really has to do with the company, engaged in wholesale trade. Artem Semenov replied that he would be prepared to comment later.

Igor Chaika from February 2014 also worked as an adviser to the Governor of Moscow region Andrei Vorobyov on a voluntary basis on sport, culture, tourism and youth Affairs. Having worked on this position for less than a year, the Seagull Jr. left the post, explaining that all this time did not stop to engage in entrepreneurial activities and “these projects require daily operational support”.

The smallest share — 10% — in the “new” “Russian exports” owns Oleg Dmitrienko, Deputy Chairman of the management Board of M2M Private Bank. Dmitrienko in conversation with the correspondent has confirmed that is the co-owner of “the Russian export”, stressing that this project is not related to the Bank. He said that the company “will focus on the supply of food in China”. The volumes and other details, he promised to reveal later.

Turning towards the East

Due to the devaluation of the ruble, the growth of exports of certain product categories from Russia in 2015 amounted to 3400%, wrote in March . Earlier drew attention to the sharp growth of export of selected food products in China in early 2015: in the first quarter of 2015 compared to the first quarter of 2014 exports of sunflower oil to China in real terms increased by almost a thousand times, chocolate — in 18 times, honey — nine times, beer — three times. Access to the Chinese market is difficult to Russian companies, in particular due to the difference of the business cultures of Russia and China, but “Chinese market begins to open for domestic producers”, said the then Vice-President Trading-industrial chamber of the Russian Federation Georgy Petrov.

Business By Igor Chaika

Igor Chaika — the youngest son of Prosecutor General Yury Chaika, but his official biography little is known. He was born in 1988, in 2011 he graduated from Academy of law. Kutafin.

In an interview with “Izvestia” Chaika told that the business he’s starting with the second year of the Institute, is associated with food production, landscaping, development of public spaces and creation of architectural shape of cities. In 2010, according to SPARK, he registered the company “Innovations of light”, which for three years has received several contracts for almost us $ 700 million. In particular, this company has made a new year’s illumination in the Central and southern districts of Moscow, the Novospassky art and illumination of the Crimean bridge and artificial lighting of the route Adler — Krasnaya Polyana in anticipation of the 2014 winter Olympics.

In August of 2015 from the investigation showed that two 15-year contract for garbage collection in parts of Moscow, totaling more than 42.6 billion rubles went to the firm that can control Igor Chaika. Another investigation is devoted to the repair of Moscow roads, has shown that close to a Seagull-younger company “Baltstroykomplekt” won the tender on designing of streets of Small and Big Armor.

Agricultural business Igor Chaika became known only in 2016: according to the register, 11 March 2016, he established the company “agro-Region” in the Moscow suburb of Khimki, which became its first asset in agriculture. The main activities of this company — vegetable growing, decorative gardening and production of nurseries.