The Russian Ministry of Defense has recorded another suit against the Krasnoyarks-based project worker that has created and made the satellites for the GLONASS heavenly body, requesting more than 816 million rubles ($10 million) in harms, as indicated by a passage on the Moscow Court of Arbitration e-register.
The suit against ISS-Reshetnev Company was recorded on Monday on grounds not explained in the section on the court register.
The Moscow Court of Arbitration is now checking on a few suits recorded by the guard service against the worker for hire in the course of recent years, remembering one worth 2.1 billion rubles for legally binding punishment, two worth 1.6 billion rubles each, and one worth 568 million rubles.
The biggest suit, worth 6.8 billion rubles, was recorded in 2019. ISS-Reshetnev Company was blamed for penetrating a 4.8 billion state contract under which it should modernize a satellite, supplanting imported parts with locally created ones. The organization wound up charged just 1.1 million rubles, according to the decisions of courts of three occurrences.
ISS-Reshetnev Company is essential for the Russian state space partnership Roscosmos. It is the main Russian producer of satellites for application going from interchanges to route to communicate.
GLONASS is a Russian star grouping of 28 satellites whose Primary intention is worldwide route administrations.