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Baturina Not Leaving Russia

MUNICH — Inteko chief Yelena Baturina will continue working in Russia and plans to sue media outlets that disseminate false information, Inteko spokesman Gennady Terebkov said at an exhibition in Munich on Monday.

“Inteko will continue implementing its projects in Moscow and the Russian regions as usual,” he said.

He also dismissed allegations that Baturina is planning to leave Russia. “Baturina does not have any foreign residency permits,” Terebkov said.  

Nor did he confirm the claims that Baturina is moving her assets abroad. “A French tabloid which published this information has quietly removed the article’s highlights from its web site,” Terebkov said. 


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