Over the past week, a number of media outlets published materials containing false allegations that aim to damage the business reputation of Uralchem JSC and its management.


Dmitry Mazepin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of URALCHEM, JSC and Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Uralkali, PJSC took part in the meeting of the Russia-Africa Business Council under Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. The event was timed to the preparation of the economic forum and the Russia-Africa Summit in October of this year.


Today Komsomolsky District Court of Togliatti convicted Vladimir and Sergey Makhlai, Evgeny Korolev and Beat Ruprecht and Andreas Zivy. Judicial inquiry established the guilt of the defendants on part 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code of the RF – large-scale fraud committed by an organized group.

In November 2016, Trafalgar Developments Limited, together with three other offshore trustees*, sued Uralchem JSC and other defendants in the High Court of Ireland (record No. 9981P/2016).
URALCHEM, JSC took part in the Russia-Africa Economic Conference at the 26th Afreximbank Annual Meeting 2019 of African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), which is held in Moscow from 20 to 22 June.

URALCHEM, JSC participated in the 23rd St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) held from 6 to 8 June.


The document was signed at 23rd Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum by Sergey Momtsemlidze, CEO of URALCHEM, JSC and Sabrina Soussan, CEO of Siemens Mobility.

JSC URALCHEM and PJSC Uralkali, the world's leading potash producers, will partner with the 23rd St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2019), which takes place at St. Petersburg’s EXPOFORUM Convention and Exhibition Centre on 6-8 June 2019.
Basmanny District Court of Moscow arrested Popov A.E., Board Chairman of TogliattiKhimBank, JSC for 2 months in connection with charges provided for by Article 210, Part 4 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (formation of a criminal association).

URALCHEM has embarked on agronomic tests in Europe. In 2019, the number of participating countries significantly increased to include Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Spain and Serbia.