The FCO has published an investigation about the Russian and foreign residences, which belong to Medvedev.
The Fund of struggle against corruption published an investigation about a property, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. The publication describes several estates in Russia and abroad.
The FCO claim that Dmitry Medvedev is in control of several charities they listed 70 billion (over what period not specified). According to employees of Fund, it is, including bribes from businessmen Alisher Usmanov and Leonid Mikhelson, as well as the money of “Bashneft”.
In addition, the investigation tells of two yachts that were moored at the residence of Medvedev Pleso. The yacht is decorated in close to Medvedev structure.
Also, according to the FCO, Medvedev has a vineyard in Italy.
“Cottage in Plyos, a country estate on the ruble, given to Usmanov, secret mountain cottage in Psekhako, of land in the Utrish Olginka and the suburban village of Maslovo, Anapa vineyards, the Earl’s Palace, converted into apartments with car elevators, agro-business and yachts — all served from a single center”, – is told in materials of the investigation.
Press Secretary of Prime Minister Natalya Timakova declined to comment on the investigation of the Fund of struggle against corruption on the ownership of Dmitry Medvedev. Timakova said that the submissions by Alexei Navalny, are “pronounced pre-election character”.
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