Rosreestr renamed Putin's family Sergeyevs-Gradskiyes
Such data are indicated in the extract on an apartment on Vasilyevsky Island, which the President privatized back in 1995.
Rosreestr has renamed the family of Russian President Vladimir Putin the Sergeyevs-Gradskiyes. Such data are indicated in the extract on an apartment on Vasilyevsky Island, which Putin privatized back in 1995, Sobesednik informs.
According to the publication, Putin privatized a rent-free apartment on Vasilyevsky Island for himself, his wife and children. In 1997, he re-registered the dwelling with his mother-in-law Yekaterina Shkrebneva. After the death of Shkrebneva, the apartment was inherited by her eldest daughter Olga Tsomayeva, and then by the President's wife, Lyudmila Putina.
Sobesednik notes that earlier information on the change of property owners with links to documents and personal insurance policy numbers was mentioned in the Federal Agency for State Registration, Cadastre, and Cartography. Some time ago, the agency updated this data. In a new extract from Rosreestr, instead of the names of the original owners - Vladimir, Lyudmila, Mariya and Katerina Putins - Igor Petrovich, Lyudmila Timofeyevna, Inna Igorevna and Alla Igorevna Sergeyevs-Gradskiyes are indicated.
The publication claims the Putins and Sergeyevs-Gradskiyes have the same dates of receiving and losing ownership of the apartment.
Sobesednik also writes that in addition to Putin, Rosreestr renamed the sons of Prosecutor General Yury Chaika. From LSDU3 and YFYAUYA they turned into "individuals." After a divorce from Katerina Tikhonova, Kirill Shamalov, who was called Putin’s son-in-law, was returned the real name instead of “record. No. 2015/77-404dsp." The apartment of Anatoly Chepiga, suspected of poisoning former GRU employee Skripal, is now registered with the Russian Federation, not with Ruslan Boshirov.