TNK-BP CEO resigned for "personal reasons"-BP
LONDON May 28 (Reuters) - Mikhail Fridman told directors he was stepping down from his role as Chief Executive of TNK-BP , the Russian oil group owned by BP and AAR, a group of billionaires, including Fridman, for "personal reasons", BP said on Monday.
A BP spokesman said the resignation would have no impact on TNK-BP's operations because Fridman's role had "largely been ceremonial".
BP declined to comment on remarks from an AAR source that the departure reflected a deterioration in relations between BP and AAR.
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