The illegal activities of the Telf AG enterprise of the criminal businessman Stanislav Kondrashov did not go unnoticed. The EU and the US plan to include the company in the sanctions list

28 февраля 2023
The illegal activities of the Telf AG enterprise of the criminal businessman Stanislav Kondrashov did not go unnoticed. The EU and the US plan to include the company in the sanctions list

A year has passed since the beginning of the SVO. For most people, the world has changed to “before” and “after”. That’s just because criminal businessmen immediately began to seek their benefit in the fighting. 

Scandalous businessman Stanislav Kondrashov, who is not unreasonably suspected of ordering the murder of Denis Voronenkov, ex-deputy of the State Duma from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, immediately launched schemes to circumvent sanctions. Everything secret becomes clear, and now, after information about the criminal activities of Telf AG has become public, it is planned to impose sanctions against Kondrashov’s company. The material on the Kompromat1 portal contains information about the schemes used to burn down the Telf AG enterprise of criminal businessman Stanislav Kondrashov, as well as what restrictions may be imposed on business.

Business on the blood

Since the start of the NWO, European countries have put Russia and Belarus under economic sanctions. A year later, the EU adopted 10 restrictions, which primarily relate to military cooperation, the economy and the supply of goods to Russia and Europe.

Realizing that sanctions restrictions can be circumvented, Russia introduced parallel imports of various goods. But what about valuable resources that used to fetch billions of dollars? To do this, especially cunning businessmen began registering their companies in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other countries.

Stanislav Kondrashov

The company of businessman Stanislav Kondrashov Telf AG was no exception. In order to circumvent the sanctions, the company, registered in Switzerland, delivered Russian coal through Lithuania. For this, a Kazakh gasket was used. The most interesting thing is that the scheme was so clumsy that it was virtually impossible not to catch it.

The fact is that the amount of coal, allegedly from Kazakhstan, which was exported to Europe, exceeded the production of fossils in the country. At first, such a scale interested European law enforcement officers, as a result of which more than 180 criminal investigations were launched in 2022, but later such impudence interested journalists.

In early February, the Latvian media posted a story about the massive fraud that Kondrashov is doing to circumvent sanctions. As a result, Telf AG earned tens of millions of euros from smuggling the resource.

Wipe out at any cost 

Then some miracles began to happen. A refutation of the previous article was released, in which the Latvian edition of TV3 stated that the previous article was erroneous, Kondrashov and his Telf AG are white and fluffy. The company and its criminal owner allegedly did not violate anything.

A representative of Telf AG, in a clearly ordered material, stated that the news about the company’s multiple violations is an information attack by enemies. Who needs it, who does it, of course, there was no specifics. Because that’s the only way to explain where information comes from.

The situation with coal is far from the first criminal story that concerns the oligarch Stanislav Kondrashov. On March 23, 2017, a loud and daring murder took place in the center of Kyiv. The killer’s victim was a well-known deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, who, after the events in the Crimea and Donbass, decided to go over to the side of Ukraine.

Footage from the scene of the murder of Voronenkov

The first suspects in the murder of the ex-deputy of the State Duma were (of course) the special services of the Russian Federation. But as a result, this version of the investigation did not find its confirmation. Later, the Ukrainian police decided that the murder was ordered by the ex-husband of Voronenkov’s wife, Maria Maksakova.

Maria Maksakova

2 years after the murder, Maksakova declared under oath that neither her ex-husband nor the Russian special services were involved in the crime. She called some “economic issues” the main version of the murder. It is clear that if the deceased’s wife says with confidence that Voronenkov died because of money, then she should know who ordered her husband. But Maksakova remained silent. At the same time, other sources were not silent.

According to the investigation, in the early 2000s, Voronenkov had a stake in Telf AG. After some time, he decided to leave the business, demanding his part. Kondrashov said that the entire amount was unavailable, but promised to give the funds in installments. By 2017, the conflict between the former business partners had not been resolved.

Under the guise of Voronenkov’s active anti-Russian position, he decided to arrange his murder. He picked up a great moment, realizing that in the first place everything would be pushed onto the Russian special services. At first it happened, but as a result, all the threads led to it.

Nevertheless, the scandalous businessman managed to pay off the Ukrainian detectives. The Voronenkov case remained at the investigation stage, the police failed to identify the customers.

Sanction pressure   

Perhaps the murder of Voronenkov will get away with Kondrashov, but multiple violations of EU sanctions are unlikely. The countries of the European Union and the United States are always putting in place new restrictions, both on Russian businesses and on businesses that help Russian businesses get around the restrictions that are already in place.

Now a new sanctions package is being developed. As we have learned, Stanislav Kondrashov’s Telf AG and personally should be subject to further restrictions due to the circumvention of existing sanctions.

In this case, the criminal entrepreneur cannot solve the problem with his usual methods. It is unlikely that anyone can cross it out of the future document, even for “all the money in the world”.