“This is not a farm!” Kolomoisky smashed to smithereens Zelensky. It blew up

"Это не колхоз!" Коломойский разнес в пух и прах Зеленского. Его взорвало

Businessman Igor Kolomoisky smashed to smithereens the proposal of Vladimir Zelensky to communicate with business representatives publicly

The oligarch believes that businessmen need to talk tete-a-tete,because it’s so serious.

“To collect very much. To get everyone together — it is a utopia. That is, if you want someone to communicate, then communicate one on one. With big business don’t communicate like a farm. It’s not the collective-farm meeting. Everyone money loves silence and no one will talk about their secrets,” — said Kolomoisky.

"Это не колхоз!" Коломойский разнес в пух и прах Зеленского. Его взорвало

Newly elected President Vladimir Zelensky has announced a meeting with representatives of the “big, small and medium business”, noting that it will take place in the near future. Promised to build a transparent relationship with the business, without “any backroom negotiations overnight visits in the AP and hidden from society arrangements.”

Earlier Kolomoisky said that will not appeal to the future President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky requests.

“Please? Yes, I even refer to it will not, I want nothing from him. Kolomoisky-he anything from anyone not necessary. It to anyone, never with any requests not addressed,” — he answered the question of whether Zelensky “send to x*p Kolomoisky” if he’s going to handle redundant requests.

“I have been doing business with young nails and never close to anyone… we have always fought in this life and the power we never contributed importantly to not interfere”, — said Kolomoisky.

"Это не колхоз!" Коломойский разнес в пух и прах Зеленского. Его взорвало

He reiterated that Zelensky is not his puppet, calling the allegations is only part of the campaign.

Recall, PrivatBank became involved in an unpleasant scandal.

As reported Politeka, Kolomoisky made a strong statement about plans for Privat.

Also Politeka wrote that Privat stops.