Andrey Zharskiy

Andrey Zharskiy

Partner, PhD in Law, Advocate in Russia, Solicitor in England and Wales
Andrey Zharskiy

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Andrey Zharskiy is the ALRUD Law Firm Partner, practicing advocate in Russia and solicitor in England and Wales. Andrey is Partner in Corporate and M&A Practice, heading Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Industry Group, Real Estate Practice and co-heading Crisis Management, Economic sanctions and Compliance practice. In 2023 Andrey was elected as a Finance and Investments Committee Chair at the Association of European Businesses.

Andrey has over 20 years of experience in providing legal support for complex and international corporate/M&A and commercial projects, with particular experience in energy and natural resources (including projects involving the extraction and processing of oil, gas, LNG, mining projects in Russia and Africa, infrastructure projects, off-take contracts and oil service contracts); real estate and construction projects (including EPC contracts on various international forms); industrial investment projects in Russia (including joint projects with the government).

Currently, Andrey is actively advising foreign and Russian clients on different issues related to restructuring/exit from the Russian market, sale/acquisition of business, as well as on Russian counter-sanctions regulations applicable to M&A deals and financing matters.

Andrey joined the ALRUD team in 2013 and became a Partner in 2015. Prior to joining ALRUD, Andrey worked at one of Russia’s largest oil companies, and then as the head of the international legal department of a major international group, where he gained unique experience in handling M&A and JV transactions in the energy, metallurgy, and real estate sectors in Russia as well as China and Africa.

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Projects in Energy, Natural Resources & Infrastructure include advising:

A multinational company, trading in commodities, metals and energy resources

on the acquisition of a 10% stake in Vostok Oil LLC, a subsidiary of a Russian oil company, including advising on financing and application of legislation on strategic investments.

Russia's largest oil company

on the establishment of a joint venture with a Russian gas company to develop a license area on the Russian continental shelf.

Russia's largest oil company

on the sale of 50% equity share in Meretoyakhaneftegaz to Lukoil and establishing a JV for the development of an oil & gas cluster.

China Gold

on the acquisition of a majority stake and the establishment of a joint venture to develop the Klyuchevskoye gold deposit in Russia.

Russkaya Energia

on the acquisition of Vorkutaugol, a coal assets company, from Severstal with the transaction value being RUB 15bn.

Mechel Group

on the RUB 89bn sale of its 51% participatory interest in the companies which operate the Elga coalfield project, estimated reserves are approx. 2,2bn tons: Elgaugol, Elga Doroga and Mechel Trans Vostok.

North Atlantic Drilling Ltd. and Seadrill Limited

on a long-term investment and co-operation Agreement with a Russian oil company and long-term drilling agreements.

Vi Holding

(international investment and industrial group) in respect of implementation of a JV green field platinum mining project in Zimbabwe (Africa) for US$3bn.

Tata Power (India)

on the development of a coal deposit in Russia’s Kamchatka Territory as well as related corporate, commercial, and regulatory issues.

A Japanese company

on a potential transaction to acquire a stake in an Arctic LNG 2 project.

M&A projects in respect to foreign companies’ exits from the Russian market:

Publicis Group

one of the largest communications groups in the world, a leader in marketing, communication and digital business transformation, in the transaction on exit from Russia via MBO (management buy-out) as well as on foreign and Russian sanctions compliance when dealing with Russian entities / businesses.

Magna International

one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, on the sale of its subsidiaries in the largest auto clusters in Russia: St Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Kaluga and Naberezhnye Chelny.

German fashion retailer

on business restructuring models and further exit from Russian fashion retail market through sale to its Russian franchisees using combination of share and asset deals strategies.

The local management of Willis Towers Watson

one of the world’s largest publicly traded insurance brokers, on the acquisition of Russian businesses.

A leading global telecommunications equipment manufacturer

on the exit from a joint venture with a Russian digital services provider engaged in manufacturing equipment and software for communications networks.

Projects in Real Estate and Construction include advising:

Vi Holding

in respect to development of the Tushino project in Moscow, including the recruitment of investors, concluded investment contract, and land relations.

South Tambey LNG

in respect to different matters related to performance of the general construction contract in the implementation of the Yamal LNG 2 project.

Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

on the acquisition of a building in the centre of Moscow to house the Embassy.

CPECC

in respect to potential claims with regard to performance of the construction subcontracts in relation to Amur Gas Processing Plant.

Engineering and construction company

acting as general contractor for the construction of the mining and processing complex based on the Chernogorsky deposit of platinum-copper-nickel ores developed by LLC 'Chernogorskaya GRK'.

A major gas company

on the drafting of a contract to build a multifunctional centre in Minsk as well as the approval of FIDIC tender documents.

ALRUD Team supported AGC in a transaction on the sale of Russian assets to a Russian investor
ALRUD Law Firm represented AGC in a transaction on the sale of its two glass manufacturing subsidiaries in Russia (Bor Glassworks and Klin Glassworks). Mr. Igor Mikhailovich Leytis, a profile investor, acted as the Purchaser under the transaction. ALRUD Team provided comprehensive legal support for the transaction, including preparation of legally binding documentation, control over compliance with the conditions precedent, transaction closing, and advising on the transaction clearance procedure within the Russian perimeter. ALRUD Team working on the project included Andrey Zharskiy, Partner of the Corporate and M&A Practice, German Zakharov, Partner of the Competition/Antitrust Practice, Oleg Ezhov, Of Counsel, Daniil Lozovsky, Senior Associate, Sofia Derbeneva, Associate, and Natella Kortiashvili, Associate.
06 March 2024
Latest developments related to approval of transactions with real estate in Russia
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen! Since 1 March 2022, a Presidential Decree has introduced a special procedure for certain transactions in the Russian Federation. In particular, transactions that result in the transfer of ownership title to real estate between Russian Residents and persons from ‘Unfriendly’ states (or controlled by persons from ‘Unfriendly’ states, including Russian entities) require prior approval by a Sub-commission. In this newsletter we are providing the most commonly used exceptions and applicable case law precedents in 2023.
22 February 2024
Corporate and Regulatory Issues for Foreign Shareholders in Russia: Key Issues to Consider in 2024
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, Special economic measures introduced in 2022 due to “unfriendly” actions of certain foreign states against the Russian Federation have been subject to development and clarification during 2023. We have already highlighted some key aspects of 2023 countersanctions regulation in another newsletter, and here we would like to pay more attention to the corporate and some other regulatory issues. 1. Corporate transactions approval procedure As a reminder, the transactions aimed directly or indirectly at disposal of shares/participatory interests in Russian companies, entered into with persons of “unfriendly” foreign states, as well as payments in favor of “unfriendly” participants/shareholders in case of charter capital decrease or liquidation of a Russian company without using a type ‘C’ account (provided that the payment exceeds RUB 10 mln threshold per month) require clearance in accordance with several countersanctions decrees of the Russian President. However, before an application for granting permission for a transaction/operation is passed to the Sub-Commission of the Government Commission for Control over Foreign Investments (the “Sub-Commission”), it must first receive the support of the “industry-specific” federal executive authority in charge of the area of the target activity (the list is limited to eleven ministries) and the Ministry of Finance. The procedure for obtaining approvals from the Sub-Commission has become clearer: the consideration process has become more transparent, and approval criteria have been established that must be met in order to obtain a positive decision. The most crucial and ordinary criteria are obligation to transfer to the federal budget a contribution in amount equal to at least 15% of the market value of the respective assets, as well as payments under the transactions (operations) to foreign accounts (regardless of the account currency) in installments. Please note that the final schedule of payments is established by the Sub-Commission, taking into account the position of the Bank of Russia. 2. Liability for non-compliance As of now, there is no specific liability for conducting transactions/operations in breach of the procedure stipulated by the counter-sanctions decrees (the relevant draft law of the Ministry of Finance introducing special administrative liability has not yet been adopted). However, execution of transactions/operations without the Sub-Commission approval may entail the following consequences: {{(A)}} Transaction/operation may be held null and void and formally result in mutual restitution under the general civil law provisions (the prosecutors were given the powers to initiate and participate in relevant judicial proceedings); {{(B)}} Deprivation of direct participants/shareholders of Russian companies from their voting rights; {{(C)}} Refusal of Russian banks to conduct payments and refusal of registrars/notaries to register the transfer of title to the shares/participatory interests in Russian companies. 3. Interim administration and related risks Decree No. 302 of the Russian President provided for introducing interim management in respect of Russian assets of “unfriendly” companies as a response to the deprivation of Russian persons of the title to the property in “unfriendly” countries, or to a threat to Russian security and defense capability. The interim administration is carried out by Rosimushchestvo/Government of Moscow, that exercises the rights of the owner (except for disposal) and appoints new management bodies. In addition, the interim administration is introduced for an unlimited term and is terminated by a new order of the Russian President. At present, interim administration is carried out in respect of several major companies significantly influencing the Russian economy in respective areas (Unipro, Fortum, Danone, Baltika (Carlsberg), etc.). Introduction of the interim management mechanism and the possibility of it being applied to all foreign assets of “unfriendly” non-residents without any particular criteria creates significant additional risks affecting the activity of foreign companies in Russia. 4. Payment of dividends Payment of dividends to foreign creditors in the amount exceeding RUB 10 mln per calendar month is also restricted. When considering the respective application for making such payment without using a type ‘C’ account, the Sub-Commission pays attention to the number of criteria, especially to the retrospective analysis of payments for the previous periods. In case the company never paid any dividends earlier and accumulated the significant amount of non-distributed moneys, the payment in question may be regarded as siphoning money out of Russia, thus reducing the chances of obtaining the Sub-Commission approval. However, the distribution of dividends to the foreign creditors may be allowed regardless of compliance with the requirements established by the Sub-Commission, providing that the amount of dividends to be paid does not exceed the amount of investments in Russia. Here, investments made by foreign creditors in the Russian economy since April 01, 2023, including the expansion of production in Russia and the development of new technologies, shall be taken into account. In this case, investments are understood to be new investments in Russia (including through loans, construction of factories, and so on). If a Russian subsidiary invests its profits earned in the Russian Federation, then such an investment is considered an ordinary business activity. 5. Financial transactions Restrictions on granting and repaying loans to foreign creditors also continue to apply. In particular, it is prohibited to perform the following operations without a special approval: foreign currency operations related to providing loans in foreign currency to both “unfriendly” and “friendly” non-residents; transactions related to granting loans in Rubles to “unfriendly” non-residents; performing obligations under loans in favor of “unfriendly” non-residents in the amounts exceeding RUB 10 mln per month without using a type ‘C’ account. The regime of type ‘C’ accounts significantly limits the available operations with funds. The allowed operations include, inter alia, transferring of funds to other type ‘C’ accounts, payment of the debtor’s own taxes and duties in Russia, acquisition of federal loan bonds in auctions. Moreover, currently it is not allowed to transfer money from a type ‘C’ account to ordinary accounts, including with an approval of any kind. Please also note that according to the non-public clarifications of the Bank of Russia, performing set-offs under loans or other claims (e.g., payment of dividends) with participation of “unfriendly” non-residents, in case payment under such obligations would be subject to counter-sanctions restrictions (i.e. the amounts are to be paid to a type ‘C’ account), constitutes violation of counter-sanctions restrictions. 6. Liquidation of subsidiaries and branches Currently, it is possible to liquidate companies without any Sub-Commission approval and we dealt with multiple successful cases in our practice. However, according to some notaries, the liquidation itself should also be cleared by the Sub-Commission. In the absence of official clarifications on the necessity for the relevant approval, this issue might be interpreted differently. Distribution of the liquidation proceeds exceeding RUB 10 mln threshold requires clearance with the Sub-Commission. However, it is quite complicated to obtain approval for such operations as it entails the withdrawal of funds abroad without continuing operations in Russia (i.e. there is no positive effect on socio-economic development of Russia).
21 February 2024
Andrey Zharskiy and Margarita Egiazarova Spoke at the AEB Webinar
On August 18, the AEB Legal Committee held a webinar “Crisis Update: Sanctions and Countermeasures. Interim Management: Implications for Companies and Personnel”. Andrey Zharskiy, AEB Finance and Investments Committee Chair, ALRUD Partner, spoke on the topic “Interim Management under President’s Decrees: General Implications and Risks”. Margarita Egiazarova, Senior Associate in the Labour and Employment Practice at ALRUD, covered the implications for CEOs and top management. More details of the webinar are available at the organiser’s website.
21 August 2023
ALRUD experts held the webinar «New regulatory landscape: interim administration and update on ‘exit conditions’»
On July 27, our firm held a webinar dedicated to the comprehensive summary of the most recent regulatory risks that foreign investors from “unfriendly jurisdictions” encounter in Russia. At the webinar our team provided participants with valuable practical advice and clarifications, shared their expertise on the example of Unipro, Fortum, Carlsberg and Danone cases and covered the following topics: {{•}} Regulatory update; {{•}} New presidential decrees on interim administration; {{•}} New requirements of Governmental Subcomission. The speakers of the webinar were: German Zakharov, Partner and Head of Competition/Antitrust Practice, Andrey Zharskiy, Partner and Head of Corporate / M&A Practice, Margarita Egiazarova, Senior Associate in the Labour and Employment Parctice. More information on the services and expertise of ALRUD's team can be found here.
31 July 2023
Liquidation: new simplified procedure and counter-sanctions regime impact
We are pleased to share with you the following updates related to liquidation of companies. 1. Simplified liquidation procedure On 07 June 2023 the Russian parliament approved the draft law1 allowing the shareholders of small and medium-size enterprises to liquidate their business within a simplified procedure. Suggested changes: Timing. The whole liquidation process under the new procedure will take 3 months instead of usual 7-12 months as per the existing liquidation rules; Liquidation process is expected to be simplified for certain entities. Shareholders will need to sign and submit a single application instead of 3 applications under standard procedure. All other steps (such as notification of liquidation in mass media) will be made by the registration office. Who is eligible? According to the draft law, any legal entities matching all the following criteria simultaneously will be able to apply for the simplified liquidation: Included in the register of small and medium-size enterprises; Not paying VAT or exempt from its calculation and payment; Not in bankruptcy and no signs of bankruptcy from the Russian law perspective; All payments due to dismissed employees are made in full; Settlements with creditors are made in full; No unsettled tax and other state-related obligations; There are no records2 on non-reliable information about the company in the register; No real estate or vehicles owned; Not in already launched standard liquidation reorganization or administrative exclusion from the register. When to expect? According to the draft law, the new provisions shall come into effect starting from 1 July 2023. 2. Counter-sanctions regime impact on standard or simplified liquidation Decree of the President No. 618 dated Sep-tember 08, 2022 (“Decree 618”) introduced the obligation to get approval of the Government Commission for the control of foreign investment in the Russian Federation (the “Government Commission”) when persons from so-called “unfriendly” states3 (states that introduced or supported sanctions against Russia) or under control of persons from “unfriendly” states cease to own shares in a Russian company. Another decree of the President No. 737 dated 15 October 2022 (“Decree 737”) introduced the obligation to get approval of the Government Commission for distribution of the liquidation proceeds to shareholders in case the sum exceeds 10 million RUB per month. Possibility to launch liquidation without approval of the Government Commission As of today, we see that it is practically possible to launch liquidation without approval of the Government Commission under Decree 618 in case liquidation proceeds do not exceed 10 million RUB (otherwise, approval under Decree 737 is required). We also see that there are different interpretations regarding the necessity to get approval under Decree 618, and we cannot exclude the risk that there may arise certain difficulties with launching the liquidation (due to the position of the Russian notaries and authorities), or that the Russian authorities can issue clarifications stating that the approval under Decree 618 is required in all cases. As of today, though, we have many successful cases when liquidation without approval under Decree 618 was launched with no issues. The main risk we see here is that in the middle of the liquidation the necessity of getting the approval may arise, and in that case it would be necessary to either get the approval or cancel the liquidation. № 164662-8 on amendments to the Federal Law 'On state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs' and article 3 of the Federal Law 'On limited liability companies'. Record made by the registration office meaning that certain information in the register is not actual or is fake/non-reliable. Including USA, European Union Member States, UK, Japan. Please refer to the full list via the below links: http://static.government.ru/media/files/wj1HD7RqdPSxAmDlaisqG2zugWdz8Vc1.pdf, and http://static.government.ru/media/files/0s7FsWoReCQYAOhYkh0iM9U3QJLmHHKo.pdf
13 June 2023
Checklist: Lease Termination
In 2023 Russian real estate market continues its transformation. Some tenants are looking for ways to exit leases early. According to our experience, it’s a complex process that requires assessing legal risks, making financial decisions, conducting negotiations, etc. ALRUD experts have created a checklist that will guide you through lease termination process, making it smoother and safer for the company.
30 May 2023
Andrey Zharskiy, Alexander Zharskiy, and Alexander Kleschev spoke at the conference «M&A Deals in Russia: Through Difficulties to "Completion"», organized by AEB with the support of ALRUD
On May 23, 2023, the Association of European Businesses (AEB) held a conference «“M&A Deals in Russia: Through Difficulties to 'Completion'». The conference was organized by the AEB Finance and Investments Committee, chaired by Andrey Zharskiy, Partner of Corporate and M&A Practice in ALRUD, with the sponsorship support from ALRUD. Alexander Zharskiy, Partner, Head of Corporate and M&A Practice in ALRUD, moderated the first session which focused on the M&A market results, trends, and forecasts for 2023. Alexander Kleschev, Senior Associate of Corporate and M&A Practice in ALRUD, spoke at the second session on financial issues in M&A transactions. More information about the event can be found here.
24 May 2023
Interim administration in respect of certain Russian assets of the persons from “unfriendly” jurisdictions which seized or violated proprietary rights of Russia or Russian entities abroad
On April 25, 2023 the President of the Russian Federation signed Decree No. 302 “On the Interim Administration of Certain Assets” (“Decree No. 302”)1, introducing a new mechanism for interim administration of certain assets in Russia (“Interim Administration”). Decree No. 302 became effective immediately on April 25, 2023. {{1.}} Grounds for and scope of Interim Administration {{1.1}}In accordance with Decree No. 302, the Interim Administration can be established in case of: {{(A)}} deprivation of ownership and (or) property rights to the assets; OR {{(B)}} limitation of ownership and (or) property rights to the assets; OR {{(C)}} a threat of such deprivation or limitation; OR {{(D)}} a threat to national, economic, energy, or other types of national security or to the defense capability of the Russian Federation. The Interim Administration may be applied in case said ownership and (or) property rights to the assets belong to the Russian Federation and (or) Russian individuals and (or) legal entities, while the assets are located in the territory of “unfriendly” states (being foreign countries that imposed sanctions against Russia, its citizens, or legal entities)2. {{1.2.}} Interim Administration may be implemented over the following assets: {{(A)}} movable and immovable property; {{(B)}} securities and shares in authorized capital of Russian legal entities; and {{(C)}} property rights. {{1.3.}} To be exposed to the risk of implementation of Interim Administration the assets must simultaneously comply with all the following criteria: {{(i)}} to be located within the territory of the Russian Federation; and {{(ii)}} to belong to or to be under control of a foreign person associated with an “unfriendly” state3. NB! The assets are subject to Interim Administration upon inclusion in a special list approved by the President of the Russian Federation. We understand that the Interim Administration is introduced upon entrance into force of such list (i.e. effective date of the Presidential Decree with the relevant list of assets4). Note that in contrast to, for instance, federal laws, the Presidential Decrees usually become available to the public at the date of their official publication. Thus, it is extremely important to monitor the changes regularly to be aware of imposition of the Interim Administration in respect of any new assets. {{2.}} Interim Administration mechanism {{2.1.}} According to Decree No. 302, the Federal Agency for State Property Management (“Rosimush-chestvo”) is appointed as the institution performing functions of an interim administrator. Rosimush-chestvo may be replaced by any other person by a separate Presidential Decree5. {{2.2.}} Rosimushchestvo has all property rights to the aforementioned assets. At the same time, Rosimush-chestvo only operates and exploits the assets and has no right to dispose of them. In other words, the asset owners will be temporarily deprived of the rights of possession and use over the affected assets. {{2.3.}} Expenses incurred during Interim Administration are compensated only from revenues received as a result of asset administration. {{2.4.}} Rosimushchestvo is responsible for ensuring the inventory and safekeeping of the assets handed over under the Interim Administration. {{2.5.}} Interim Administration can only be terminated by a relevant act of the President of the Russian Federation. {{3.}} Assets under Interim Administration The Interim Administration has been already established over the following companies listed in Decree No. 302: 83.73% of shares of Unipro PJSC, owned by Uniper SE; and 98.2295‬% of shares of Fortum PJSC, owned by Fortum Russia B.V. and Fortum Holding B.V., which are subsidiaries of Fortum Oyj. Please note that the list of assets subject to the Interim Administration is expected to be monitored and updated by Russian authorities from time to time. {{4.}} Impact and risk assessment {{4.1.}} The criteria for introduction of Interim Administration are quite vague, so that the mechanism can be utilized by the Russian state authorities as an urgent measure in response to any deprivation or even threat of deprivation of any property rights of Russia or Russian persons to the assets abroad. {{4.2.}} It is relatively hard to expect how the assets subject to the Interim Administration will be chosen. Formally speaking, the wording of Decree No. 302 allows to establish Interim Administration over any assets belonging to any foreign persons from “unfriendly” states (or even foreign states themselves) or persons under their control. {{4.3.}} Meanwhile, so far Decree No. 302 is applied point-by-point only to certain assets which are under control of governments of “unfriendly” states (Germany and Finland). The analysis of the current circumstances allows us to conclude that the following issues might be taken into account by the Russian authorities while choosing targets for Interim Administration: {{(A)}} Unipro and Fortum are companies which are important for the economy and energy security of Russia , which is also confirmed by the fact that they were already included in the list of companies the transactions with shares of which are subject to prior presidential approval under Decree No. 520 of August 05, 2022 (which is, in fact, the most complicated clearance procedure); {{(B)}} Unipro and Fortum are controlled by the governments of “unfriendly” states; {{(C)}} “unfriendly” states nationalized or took control over the companies being the shareholders of Russian companies, or their assets (e.g. Uniper SE was nationalized by Germany earlier in 2022); {{(D)}} the shareholders of the companies publicly announced their exit from the Russian market and (or) suspended management and (or) control over Russian assets. {{4.4.}} We think that the risk of introduction of Interim Administration over a particular asset should be assessed taking into account the abovementioned complex of factors (most of which have purely discretional nature). However, it should also be kept in mind that formally any assets under control of persons associated with “unfriendly” states can be targeted by the new Interim Administration mechanism. You can download English translation of the Decree No. 302 following the link. The list of “unfriendly” states was approved by the Russian Government Decree No. 430-r on March 05, 2022. Means any foreign citizen / foreign legal entity related to “unfriendly” states (i.e., that has citizenship or is a resident of at least one of such states, or place of their registration, place of preferential conduct of economic activities, or place of preferential extraction of profits from activities is at least one of these states), as well as any other foreign person that is under control of the above-mentioned foreign citizen or foreign legal entity. In practice, the Presidential Decrees providing for restrictive measures are effective from the date of their official publica-tion that is expressly stated therein. To date, it is not clear who such person may be. Probably, it can be a state corporation VEB.RF as proposed in 2022 during discussion of similar draft law “On External Administration for Entity Management”.
26 April 2023
ALRUD experts provided sophisticated support to an international company in connection with the suspension of operations in Russia
ALRUD team developed and implemented viable solution aiming at suspension of Russian operations of an international manufacturer and wholesaler of industrial goods for the wood-processing sector. The project was handled by an interdisciplinary team of lawyers, who, based on a strategic analysis of the rapidly changing circumstances, supported the client in a large-scale dismissal of employees, replacement of top management, restructuring of financial funds, termination of commercial contracts with counterparties and optimisation of the overall presence in Russia. ALRUD employment practice experts defended the company in a conflict with an employee and represented the employer during an unscheduled inspection by the State Labour Inspectorate. The project was run by Margarita Egiazarova, Senior Associate, PhD. Leading Partner - Andrey Zharsky, Partner, PhD in Law, Advocate in Russia, Solicitor in England and Wales. ALRUD team consisted of lawyers from the Labour Law, Data Protection & Cyber Security, Tax, Corporate and Commercial law practices.
06 April 2023
Best Lawyers, 2022 recommends Andrey Zharskiy in Corporate / M&A, Corporate Law and Real Estate Law.
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The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2020 recommends Andrey Zharskiy as a leading individual in Energy and natural resources, PPP and infrastructure projects, Real estate and construction.
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