Ilya Kiva, a member of the Verkhovna Rada from the Opposition Platform For Life (OPPL) party, said that more than 1.2 billion US dollars (more than 95 billion rubles) are stored in foreign accounts of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Costa Rica. The parliamentarian spoke about this in his Telegram-channel.
“Regular replenishment in ragged tranches of 12-35 million dollars comes through various channels, such as from Rinat Akhmetov and Viktor Pinchuk through First Union Bank and Deutsche Bank, as well as Igor Kolomoisky from his Geneva accounts at Banque Nationale de Paris,” it says. in the message.
Kiva added that the movement of such funds would be impossible without the control of the German and French authorities. According to the parliamentarian, the money is kept in the accounts of Dresdner Bank Lateinamerika in Costa Rica.
“In addition to the President of Ukraine in Dresdner Bank, the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine has accounts [Андрея] Yermak for a modest $56 million, and Svetlana Tikhanovskaya for $4.5 million, most of which she transferred in December 2020 to the HSBC bank in the London office,” writes Kiva.
In addition, he said that one of the major purchases of Vladimir Zelensky was a villa in Miami for $56 million.
Earlier, Ilya Kiva said that neighboring European states could lay claim to certain territories that became part of Ukraine during the Soviet era. According to the deputy, Hungary, Poland and Romania can present territorial claims to Ukraine.
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