Former French Prime Minister joins the board of directors of a Russian petrochemical company

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Former French Prime Minister joins the board of directors of a Russian petrochemical company

Former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon joined the board of directors of SIBUR, the largest integrated petrochemical company in Russia.

This information appeared on December 23 in the announcement of changes in the composition of the board of directors of PJSC SIBUR Holding, in addition to Fillon, there are 11 more people there.

According to Russian Interfax, Francois Fillon was included in the list of candidates on November 18, but the message came along with the disclosure of the decision of the shareholders' meeting held on December 17.

According to a posting on the company's website, Fillon has become an independent director.

PJSC SIBUR Holding named Fillon & # 8220; not only a top-level manager, but also a consistent supporter of promoting the sustainable development agenda, the importance of recycling and reusing raw materials & # 8221 ;.

Aix – the French prime minister joined the committee on audit, personnel and remuneration and the committee on sustainable development.

François Fillon was the head of the French government from 2017 to 2012 under President Nicolas Sarkozy.

After losing the presidential election to Emmanuel Macron, Fillon left politics.

A trial is underway against the ex-prime minister in France – he is accused of fictitious employment of his wife and children.

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