Prosecutor announced list of Ulyukaev's real estate

Prosecutor announced list of Ulyukaev's real estate
Alexey Ulyukaev

It amused the defendant and his lawyers.

On October 3, during the trial of the ex-Head of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, the prosecutor announced the list of his property from the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr) extract. According to the extract, the ex-Minister's family owns about 15 different apartments in Moscow, Moscow region and Smolensk, more than 10 land plots, as well as a house and a land plot in Yalta. In particular, it was a question of a two-room apartment on Malaya Lubyanka and Voskresenskaya Street, a four-room apartment on Malaya Bronnaya Street and five-room apartment on Olof Palme Street. In addition, the former official has a house and a plot in the Ramenskoye district of the Moscow region, a house and agricultural land in the Smolensk region, a house and a land plot in Yalta. Also, the prosecutor mentioned the deposit account of Ulyukaev and Sberbank issues, but did not mention specific figures.

During the speech of the prosecutor, Ulyukaev and his lawyers smiled.

"The prosecutor read some property two times, one of the apartments - five times. It's just an extract from Rosreestr, some property does not belong to him anymore. This has nothing to do with the case," lawyer Timofei Gridnev explained to journalists.

On September 26, it became known from the prosecutor's statement that FSB officers had been examining money seized from the former Minister during the detention for eight hours. This is a bribe, in the receipt of which is suspected Ulyukaev. 180 packs of denominations worth 100 dollars were packed in a plastic bag, another 20 packs were not packed - they, like a bag, were impregnated with a developer solution Ink-7. The inventory of banknotes took 60 pages.

Prior to the corruption scandal in 2016, Alexey Ulyukaev was Minister of Economic Development of Russia. At the moment, he is accused of taking a bribe of $2 million from head of Rosneft Igor Sechin. The bribe was paid for the Ministry of Economic Development verification, which allowed Rosneft to acquire the state-owned stake in Bashneft. The former Minister faces 15 years of imprisonment, although he does not admit his guilt. Ulyukaev became the first federal Minister in modern history, who was detained for corruption.

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