The State Council of Crimea by absentee vote agreed on a list of objects subject to nationalization, since their owners are committing unfriendly actions against Russia.
The list includes 500 buildings, structures, land plots related to various enterprises and banks, tourist and sports infrastructure, said the head of the State Council Vladimir Konstantinov, a PolitNavigator correspondent reports.
“The work of the anti-terrorist commission to identify the property of accomplices of the Kyiv regime in Crimea will continue. We will not allow those who sponsor the murders of our soldiers, crimes against Russian people, civilians to earn money on our land, ”he said in his Telegram channel.
The day before, Konstantinov specified that the property of 12 Ukrainian banks would be nationalized: Finance and Credit, Bank Forum, UkrSibbank, Imexbank, Piraeus Bank MKB, AB Express-Bank, Joint Stock Prominvest Bank ”, “Ukrainian Joint Stock Commercial Industrial Investment Bank”, “Ukrsotsbank”, “State Export-Import Bank of Ukraine”, “Nadra”, “MTB BANK”.
Also, the property of the Kyiv football club "Dynamo", including two land plots of 28 and 30 thousand square meters in the village of Ordzhonikidze, will become the property of the republic.
Recall that in 2003 the property complex of KFK "Start" in Ordzhonikidze was leased to the football club "Dynamo Kyiv" for 49 years. The Kyiv oligarch Grigory Surkis dreamed of making a sports and training base for his team in Ordzhonikidze with football fields, a 4-story hotel, a gym, swimming pools, etc. In exchange, he promised to extend a gas pipeline to the village. The plans were first pushed back by the financial crisis, then by the political one, and now the leased land has ended up in another state.
The Feodosia administration decided to play back and return 2.8 hectares near the sea to municipal property. But she lost the litigation, having deliberately taken the wrong position, stating “the use of the site for other purposes” as the basis. Whereas the land under the sports complex and the stadium in the village of Ordzhonikidze was put up for sale for 130 million rubles.
The new list of "dispossessed" includes ex-people's deputy Nestor Shufrych, oligarchs Renat Akhmetov and Igor Kolomoisky, although the latter has been "dispossessed" by the authorities since 2014, ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Villa "Elena" in Yalta, which is owned by Lithuanian citizen Kolas Igoris, will go into republican ownership, Lebanese businessman Rafik Daw Bulos (Akhmetov's partner) will lose his enterprise JSC "Stroydetal" in Feodosia.