Kolomoisky’s assets seized in Crimea
MOSCOW, September 3 (RAPSI) – A Russian court has issued a warrant to seize 71 assets owned by Ukrainian mogul Igor Kolomoisky in Crimea, Investigative Committee Chairman Alexander Bastrykin said in a report on Thursday.
Bastrykin said that 30 individuals, one of them Kolomoisky, have been charged under a case on Kiev’s war crimes in Donbass.
Investigators have learned that Kolomoisky owns administrative and other buildings, filling stations and other real property in Crimea and Sevastopol through the companies he controls.
Igor Kolomoisky, former governor of the Dnipropetrovsk Region and the second or third richest man in Ukraine, owns 42 percent of Ukrnafta shares.
In June 2014, Russia’s Investigative Committee charged Kolomoisky with masterminding murder, the use of prohibited methods and means of warfare, abduction, and other crimes linked to the armed conflict in the southeastern regions of Ukraine.