The IKEA Polska supermarket chain announced on social media that it had withdrawn its advertising from Telewizja Republika, as a result of the “mention” the network received from a netizen who accused the station of promoting “homophobia, racism and xenophobia.” The Swedish company's decision was criticized on the x.com platform and led to a boycott of its stores.
Interestingly, Just a few days ago, a company founded by a Swedish Nazi offered to help the Tusk government… “implement immigration policy” in Poland..
Meeting with Lavrov
He is a member of the Board of Directors of IKEA Polish Industry (in Poland, its factories are located in Goleniów, Lubawa, Orla, Resko, Stalowa Wola, Stepnica, Wielbark and Zbąszynek). Russian Dmitry Mukhametov. He is also the manager of IKEA's Urla branch.
As defined by Niezalezna.pl – Between 2015 and 2020, Almukhametov worked at IKEA Russia, where he was director and director of the Inter IKEA group in Veliky Novgorod. In 2019, he participated and spoke in a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.. TV from Novgorod reported:
A presentation of the economic and investment potential and international and external economic relations of the Novgorod Region was given in the reception hall of the Russian Foreign Ministry. The presentation was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps, businessmen and journalists. They were received by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. He noted that thanks to its geographical location and great scientific and production potential, the Novgorod region has become one of the dynamically developing entities of the Union. The head of the region, Andrei Nikitin, introduced the guests to the economic development of the region and plans for building relations with foreign investors. IKEA CEO Dmitry Almukhametov and Splat Global CEO Evgeny Dyumin talked about the work of their companies in our region. Please note that such presentations are held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs only twice a year. The queue was dangerous, but the Ministry showed its confidence in the Novgorod region and organized an event for us in the spring.
Graduate of a military university
In the years 2013-2015, Almukhametov worked at the Dutch branch of the Segezha Group, controlled by Sistema. The largest shareholder and former head of the latter is Vladimir Yevtushenkov, an oligarch currently under sanctions, among others. Through Ukraine, Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Australia. Sistema, in turn, is on the US sanctions list.
In the years 1987-1992, member of the Board of Directors of the Polish IKEA Company He studied at the Military Aerospace Engineering Institute in St. Petersburg.
Not only Mukhametov
Let us add that he is the President and General Manager of Sustainable Development of IKEA Retail in Poland Marina Dobakinawho worked at Russian IKEA in various positions from 2003 to 2014. In the years 1998-2003 she studied at the Moscow State Management University.
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