The register contains information about 136 sanctioned assets – these are owned by Russian oligarchs and collaborators.
The State Property Fund has launched a website with a list of all confiscated properties that once belonged to Russians and collaborators, but were transferred to the department’s management. The press service of the State Property Fund reported this on September 18.
The register contains information about 136 sanctioned properties – these are the property of Russian oligarchs Mikhail Shelkov, Vladimir Yevtushenkov, Arkady Rotenberg, Kherson collaborator Vladimir Saldo, Russian senator Sergei Tsekov, fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych and other people.
The seized property will subsequently be put up for privatization or for rent through the Prozorro system. There, everyone can track the progress of the auction in real time.
The register was launched with the aim of informing the Ukrainian public and foreign partners about the state of affairs in all confiscated properties managed by the Foundation.
“It is important that in a few clicks everyone will know everything about the confiscated property of Russian collaborators or oligarchs, which in the future can bring income to the state,” said Denis Shugaliy, First Deputy Head of the State Property Fund.
It is indicated that the list of confiscated properties will increase, because in the near future the Foundation plans to transfer about 500 more things of Russian oligarchs and partners to Ukraine.
Let’s recall that the Court of the European Union initially refused to lift the sanctions against four Russian oligarchs.
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