Perm Region governor turns out to own apartments in Moscow worth $ 3,4 million
The press service of the head of the region found it difficult to give the address of the living space, but confirmed its presence.
The head of the Perm Region, Maxim Reshetnikov, has an apartment of 258 square meters in Moscow, in the Yakimanka district which costs about 220 million rubles ($ 3,4 million), while his family income is less than 15 million rubles ($ 230,000) a year, the Telegram channel Futlyar ot Violonchely writes. Reshetnikov’s press service noted that the governor took out a “mortgage for an apartment in Moscow with an area of 258 square meters in 2014,” URA.ru reports.
According to the Telegram channel, the flat is located in the elite residential complex Novel House (3rd Kadashevy lane, 5, building 1), which the governor’s press service did not confirm, but did not disprove. The apartment is indicated in the declaration, as well as the income of 7,6 million rubles ($ 117,000) which has decreased over the last year. Reshetnikov’s wife indicated 5,3 million rubles ($ 82,000) in her declaration. The family’s real estate also inclides a 158 square meter in the Perm residential complex Victoria on Revolution Street, the cost of which may exceed 20 million rubles ($ 308,000).
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