MOSCOW, October 15 (RAPSI) – Russian real estate mogul Sergei Polonsky, who was put on the international wanted list by Interpol earlier this week, says that he’s willing to meet Interpol’s representatives on his private island off the coast of Cambodia, says the statement published on the businessman’s Facebook page.

Polonsky was charged in absentia last July as part of a criminal case involving the embezzlement of over 5.7 billion rubles (over $176 million) from the participants in an up market cooperative residential construction project in central Moscow.

“I’m always open for talk and thus extend an invitation and insist on a meeting with Interpol representatives on my beautiful island,” – the statement reads.

The documents also states that the businessman considers his criminal prosecution unlawful, and that the development row can be resolved by commercial litigation.

In Summer, Polonsky tried to apply for Israeli citizenship during his brief stay there after being released from Cabodian prison where he had been placed following an alleged attack on a Cambodian boat crew during the New Year celebrations. In August he left Israel "out of fears for his safety" and returned to his private island in Cambodia.