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Russian State: Schroeder Elected in Rosneft Supervisory Board – Policy

Friday, September 29th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

Former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) has been elected despite the ongoing criticism of the Russian oil company Rosneft. The shareholders' meeting of the half-state group approved the appointment of the old Chancellor in St. Petersburg on Friday as the company announced. Prior to the vote, Igor Setschin, the company's CEO, had promoted Schröder's election at the meeting. Schröder should be the head of the supervisory board.Norbert Röttgen, Chairman of the German Bundestag's Foreign Affairs Committee, had appointed the upcoming appointment of former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder (SPD) to the Supervisory Board of the Russian oil company Rosneft. "This is a very incredible story," said the CDU politician to the ZDF "Morgenmagazin". Rosneft was not a company, but "a very central building block in the power" of the Russian President Vladimir Putin.Rosneft chief Igor Setschin was a confidant of Putin. Ask yourself what Schröder should actually control, said Röttgen. "The fact that he gives himself to it is deeply critical." He accused Schröder of "silvering" his former office as Chancellor. "He has only meaning for Rosneft because he was Chancellor," said Röttgen. Rosneft hole Schröder, to give a different look. The commitment of the old Chancellor to Rosneft also does not help the German-Russian relations. "Schröder has no role for the relationship between Germany and Russia," said Röttgen. Schröder's commitment to Rosneft is also controversial because the European Union has sanctioned the state group for its role in Russia in the Ukraine conflict in 2014.

Schröder receives more than half a million for old Chancellor's office Despite his jobs in the economy, Schröder receives 561,000 euros from the state fund for an office in Berlin this year. This can be inferred from a reply from the Federal Chancellery to a request from the Deutsche Post Agency's left-wing agency. In addition, according to the law, Schröder receives a retirement salary, which amounts to 35 percent of the salary of current Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) alone for his seven years as Chancellor (1998 to 2005), which is € 6446 per month. There are also references for his time in the Lower Saxony state government and as a federal deputy.How much money he gets for the job at Rosneft is not known. The SPD politician, according to a media report on the executive salary at Rosneft in the amount of six million euros himself said that he gets less than one tenth – thus 600,000 euros – of it. Shortly after his dismissal as chancellor in 2005, the now 73-year-old Schröder had already joined the operator of the Nord Stream gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. He became Chairman of the Shareholders' Committee of a consortium, on which the Russian state-owned company Gazprom holds the majority. Last year, he was also head of the board of the Gazprom subsidiary Nord Stream 2.Laut Chancellor Schröder receives the 560,985 euros this year exclusively for the payment of the employees in his office. "The Federal Government is not responsible for the neat equipment of the office", says the reply of State Minister Helge Braun. As an old Chancellor, Schröder, like former federal presidents, has a claim to an office. The left-politician Alexander Neu accused Schröder and other ex-politicians of a "mentality of withdrawing". They abused the political contacts from their term to come to jobs in the economy, he said. "By the way, they continue to use the privileges of former top politicians, such as offices and employees." (Tsp with dpa and AFP)


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