The Safmar group of Mikhail Gutseriev ($ 3.7 billion) and Mikail Shishkhanov ($ 2.3 billion in 2017) on March 25 offered their Moscow hotels to “business partners” from the government of Sergei Sobyanin to accommodate physicians and mild patients with coronavirus. “We are confining ourselves to this proposal,” answered Kohmar, a representative of Safmar, Maria Tatevosova, to a question about assistance in combating the epidemic. Gutseriev in Moscow owns the hotels National, Intercontinental Tverskaya, Sheraton Palace, Marriott Grand, Marriott Royal Aurora, Marriott Tverskaya. According to Tatevosova, Sobyanin has not yet taken advantage of the offer. .
MMK representative Viktor Rashnikov ($ 8.9 billion, according to Forbes) Vladimir Ruga said that the company during the epidemic did a lot for Magnitogorsk in the Chelyabinsk region, where its metallurgical plant is located, and promised to clarify exactly what. City and regional mass media report that the plant limited the employees' business trips and transferred part of the business processes to удал udalenka ’, that the operating center was created at MMK, the frequency of cleaning the premises was increased, and dispensers were installed. It is also reported that MMK CEO Pavel Shilyaev called on Magnitogorsk residents to observe self-isolation. It was not possible to find information on the company's financing of urban measures to combat the epidemic in open sources.
NLMK Vladimir Lisin ($ 20.2 billion), Lukoil Vagit Alekperov ($ 18.9 billion) and Novateke Leonid Michelson ($ 23 billion) did not respond to Ko requests. Severstal’s Moscow office of Alexei Mordashov ($ 17.2 billion) in quarantine, the company’s representative did not respond to a private message either. Tatyana Bakalchuk (Wildberries, $ 1.4 billion), Iskander Makhmudov (UMMC, $ 6.6 billion) and ex-owner of Uralkali, owner of the football club Monaco Dmitry Rybolovlev ($ 6.8 billion) on questions from Ko "Also did not answer.
Roman Abramovich (Evraz, $ 13.8 billion) did not answer questions about helping Russians fight the epidemic. He recently offered the UK National Health Service a free two-month coronavirus stay at the Millennium Hotel at his Chelsea Stamford Bridge Stadium. It is reported that the service accepted the proposal of Abramovich.