Roman Abramovich suffers in exile from Great Britain
Even in the absence of the visa, Abramovich could have visited London, as he had received Israeli passport. But he doesn’t do so on principle.
The Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich has been living in voluntary exile from Great Britain, after the authorities of this country had not extended his visa. The Telegraph reminds that even in the absence of the visa, Abramovich could have visited London, as he had received Israeli passport. But he doesn’t do so on principle. The Telegraph notes that his feelings were hurt by the authorities of Great Britain.
Meanwhile, the tycoon is travelling around the world in his wonderful yacht. He visits various exhibitions. Last summer, he visited Sochi Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr. As for his offspring - Chelsea Football Club - he visits their matches only when they’re carried out outside Great Britain. One of his former friends told The Telegraph that he had done a lot to promote English football, but it all ended up in ingratitude to him.
The tycoon is also reportedly searching for a buyer of his Chelsea. There’s a lot of people who want to buy it. Meanwhile, Abramovich will only discuss the terms of the sale with those who are ready to pay at least 3 billion British pounds.