MOSCOW, May 16 (RAPSI, Diana Gutsul) – Moscow’s Gagarinsky District Court on Friday has granted a divorce to the wife of Lukoil Vice-President Denis Dolgov, RAPSI reports from the courtroom.
The application for divorce said that spousal relations ceased and it was impossible to restore them. Attempts to save the marriage failed, Dolgov’s attorney said in court.
Oksana Dolgova claimed for divorce and separation of the marital property valued at tens of millions of dollars, her attorney Alexander Karabanov told RAPSI earlier. Also, the court shall issue an order who will take care of the spouses’ 17-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter, according to Karabanov.
Dolgova said that she was subject to domestic violence. Her husband claimed in turn that she was alcohol-dependent.
Lukoil is Russia’s second-largest hydrocarbon producer, behind state-controlled Rosneft, and Forbes magazine named LUKoil the largest privately owned company in the country by revenue in September. CEO Vagit Alekperov owns nearly 21 percent of the company, and its vice president Leonid Fedun – almost 10 percent.