Media claims on deputy prime minister checked, no violations found
MOSCOW, March 28 - RAPSI. First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov told journalists on Wednesday that his family's assets have been declared openly and are managed according to legislation, no conflict of interests has been found.
An examination of his assets conducted by the Prosecutor General's Office also failed to reveal any violations.
The Wall Street Journal wrote that over the past 12 years Shuvalov and his family have earned millions of dollars thanks to investments in securities, particularly Gazprom shares. The magazine cited various sources and available financial documents.
The magazine noted that Russian legislation was not violated, but attempted to find ties between Shuvalov's fortune and the growth of companies whose business depend on state decisions.