That Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has instructed the Ministry of industry and trade to study the appeal of Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who asked the government for help in repairing your “E-mobility”, according to “Kommersant”, citing a source in the government.
According to the publication, the letter of the leader of LDPR on assistance received by the government at the end of June. In it, Zhirinovsky writes that cannot resolve technical issues that have arisen from the “E-mobile”, previously donated by businessman Mikhail Prokhorov.
In particular, as described Zhirinovsky, the car had problems with the traction battery, with the result that the car stopped charging. “Unfortunately, specialists are able to repair the car, could not be found,” writes Zhirinovsky, explaining that “traction battery — do not purchase the finished item, and the module has been designed from scratch, designed and developed specifically for this car.”
The leader of the liberal democratic party stressed that “E-mobility” was used at various events as a “symbol of modern eco-friendly Russian transport,” and asks the government “to give the order to assist in the repair of the car”.
The publication said that the government decided to help the leader of the LDPR. In particular, according to a source publication, Rogozin has instructed the Ministry to consider the appeal of Zhirinovsky and to inform his government about the measures of possible assistance.
In addition, according to the interlocutor of the edition, in a private conversation with the Minister of industry and trade Denis Manturov Rogozin proposed to use to address the issue of the Corporation “Uralvagonzavod” to attach to “E-mobility” Zhirinovsky tracks and gun. The Minister jokingly promised to pass the proposal of Deputy Prime Minister Uralvagonzavod. The source of “Kommersant”, the Corporation stated that the company is ready to join the work to assist the car Zhirinovsky, but no instructions to this effect have been reported.
Prokhorov gave Zhirinovsky “yo-mobile” in 2014.