After appropriating Lenkoransky's inheritance, Sheikh Khamzat looks after assets of Shakro Molodoy
Death of thief in law and arrest of the other, brought a new authority in Europe on a front plan.
Khamzat Gastamirov, known in criminal circles as Sheikh Khamzat, is becoming full keeper of European common fund. According to Sputnik Azerbaijan, after death of thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniyev (Rovshan Lenkoransky), all his European assets passed to Gastamirov. While the Hotel Covo dei Saraceni acquired for 49 million euros in the Italian city Pozitano, Dzhaniev while alive registered to the wife of his partner Chechen Sheikh Khamzat.
Hotel Covo dei Saraceni
And after death of the thief in law, Gastamirov seized from Dzhaniev's relatives one more hotel - Le Sirenuse, worth 52 million euros. All funds also appeared at the young authority after the Italian police found Rovshan Lenkoransky and he had to get rid of the doubtful capitals quickly. Hotel Sofitel Munich Bayerpost was also passed under complete control of Gastamirov. Together with Dzhaniev they bought it for 82 million euros.
Hotel Sofitel Munich Bayerpost
Moreover, according to the media, business of Shakro Molodoy also appeared at disposal of Sheikh Khamzat. After arrest of Zakhar Kalashov, a need of transfer of economy of the thief in law to Gastamirov appeared. Sheikh Khamzat and Shakro Molodoy together own 50% of shares of a jewelry house in Belgium. In addition, the Chechen protects all European jewelers - natives of the CIS countries. Casino hotel Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, which is included into the list of the largest hotels of the world also appeared in his hands.
It is known that the 41-year-old Chechen authority began his criminal career in Moscow. In 1992, he took Armenian restaurant Arevik located near the Kiev railway station under the control. After that he impose a tax on the owner of nightclub and Georgian restaurant Mziuri, located in the basement of diplomatic representation of Georgia on the Old Arbat. Then all revenue-producing objects on this pedestrian street passed under his roof. In 1999, Gastamirov already had a certain influence when Rovshan Lenkoransky appeared in Moscow. In 2000 their clans united, and after Gastamirov moved to Europe, Dzhaniev began to withdraw money there thorugh him.
Sheikh Khamzat and Rovshan Lenkoransky
Now, after Rovshan Lenkoransky's death and arrest of Shakro Molodoy, Sheikh Khamzat grew up from being head of several wholesale vegetable warehouses to a leader, who united Turkish and Chechen mafia clans and the owner of infinite riches.