Yanukovych hides in former country house of marshal Budenny
Journalists found a secret residence of the former president of Ukraine in Moscow area.
Former president of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych lodged in the settlement of Bakovka situated near Moscow, on the territory where marshal Budenny’s country house was earlier located, Meduza reports.
According to the media, the site belongs to the house of receptions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The exact address - Odintsovo, Parkovaya Avenue, 11. Earlier, county house of marshal Semyon Budenny was located at this place. To recall, journalists began the search of the Yanukovych’s house in Bakovka after the people's artist of the USSR Joseph Kobzon told about the neighborhood with the former Ukrainian leader.
Meduza notes that the house of more than two thousand square meters and also the two-storeyed building for economic needs of 768 sq.m is located on the site, which is according to data of the Federal Registration Service is intended for the accommodation of foreign experts. There is a pool, a sauna, a kitchen.
A separate road, Parkovaya Avenue, which “passing the settlement, leads to the conducting to Minskoye Highway”, the media writes. In 2016 a traffic light was installed at the end of the avenue, it is told in the material.
It is remarkable that Skit complex is located near the site, where as Novaya Gazeta reported in May 2010, patriarch Kirill can possibly live. “A well-trodden footpath leads” from the house of receptions to the complex, the media notes.
It is known that till summer of 2012 the country house was occupied by governor of the Moscow Region Boris Gromov.
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