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Deputies of Ukraine to be scrutinized in Crimea for ownership of Crimean assets


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Simferopol, April 21 – The Speaker of the Crimean Parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, told the News Agency that the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada will be checked for the presence of Crimean assets, if any, the issue of their nationalization will be raised.
Earlier, the Crimean parliament decided to nationalize the property of a number of Ukrainian oligarchs associated with the Kiev authorities and committing unfriendly actions against Russia. Among them are Rinat Akhmedov, Igor Kolomoisky, Arseny Yatsenyuk, Nestor Shuvrich, Sergey Taruta and others. In turn, the head of the republic, Sergei Aksyonov, said that all proceeds from the sale of this property will go to the needs of the participants in a special military operation.
“We will check with the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada for the presence of Crimean assets. If they are found, then the issue of their nationalization will be raised,” Konstantinov said.

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According to him, Ukrainian politicians and businessmen at one time actively bought up land and real estate in Crimea, and then, in order to disguise them and maintain control, re-registered them with trusted people and relatives.

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