The Eurofinance bank issued additional shares, increasing its authorized capital from 0.870bn rubles (about $29.5m) to 1.31bn rubles (about $43.3m), and its equity capital - to 3.5bn rubles (about $118.5m). Among new shareholders of the bank are Slavneft (with a 20% stake) and ALROSA (with a 14% stake), a source in the bank reported to RosBusinessConsulting. As a result of the additional issuing of shares, the shareholder structure of the bank changed in the following way: the share of Gazprominvestholding dropped from 66 to 44%, Vneshtorgbank and the Ufa engine producing factory - from 15 to 10%, and Vneshekonombank - from 0.71 to 0.47%. The result of the additional share issue were submitted to the Central Bank of Russia for registration.
An intense movement of NATO aircraft was reported at Poland's Rzeszow airfield near the Ukrainian border