MOSCOW, July 26. /Basereporter.com/. The Summa group owned by Ziyavudin Magomedov, expressed hope that the disappearance of articles about the main owner of Summa of the print version of the magazine Forbes will not affect the reputation of the publication. This follows from the statements of Summa group.
“Today we read the material on the newspaper’s website and was surprised to learn that the article was not published in the printed version. Expressed his bewilderment of what is happening and I hope that those who did will be held responsible, and the reputation of Forbes this incident does not affect the statement reads “Amount.” – Despite the fact that the authors may not coincide with our opinion, we have always supported and will support the independent and fair journalism. Commend all the staff of journalists of Forbes appreciation for their daily work.”
Previously, the newspaper Vedomosti reported that the Russian edition of Forbes appealed to the Moscow Prosecutor’s office due to the fact that on 25 July of the stamps were the latest issue of Forbes in August, which was not published article “family matters” journalists Sergey Titov and Helen Berezansky.
Publisher of the Russian edition of Forbes magazine, group ACMG, explained the disappearance of the article “a family affair” on the businessmen – brothers Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov from the August issue of the need for its revision on the advice of lawyers.