Yevgeniya Vasilyeva is milking Mu-mu cafe network
A defendant in the Oboronservis case Yevgeniya Vasilyeva collects rent from the Mu-mu cafe network.
It is already an established fact that the career of the ex-Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov is going uphill. He currently holds senior positions in the Rostec state corporation.
The life of his former friend Yevgeniya Vasilyeva is somewhat less public. Several companies in Moscow and St. Petersburg are still registered on her name, one of them being the Rezultat jewelry store, which even plans to manufacture its products based on customer preference. However, for now it is all just plans. The question is who provides Vasilyeva with money for her painting hobby and for the apartment in the Molochny alley, which, she claims, was gifted by her father?
The answer is obvious. Apart from her father, a businessman, Vasilyeva has a mother. On March 14, 2012, a few months before the Oboronservis case was launched, Lyudmila Vasilyeva gifted her daughter 642.7 square meters of residential premises on the Stary Arbat. At that time, the premises had already been leased by Fastland Ltd. that works on the catering market as the Mu-mu cafe network. The ones with a black-and-white cow as its symbol. It is already the fifth year since Evgeniya Vasilyeva has started milking one of these cows, collecting money for the rent of premises.
The exact sum is unknown, but owners rent similar structures on Arbat for about 4 million rubles a month.
According to the extract from the register, the room is still under distrainment, but the lease payments could not be canceled. It is nothing compared with billions of dollars in the military, but this will suffice for bread with black caviar just fine.
Yet another scandal involving Boris Dubrovsky is looming in the Chelyabinsk region. The Governor is determined to resettle Uraim and Severny Klyuch villages against the will of their residents. Kolyma Governor Sergei Nosov suggested Dubrovsky to drive the people into bright future with iron hands. In fact, the future is bright mostly for Nosov and Dubrovsky – not for the resettled villagers.