The DPR confiscated the assets of the oligarch Akhmetov, the leader of the Opposition Platform for Life Boyko and another 140 people The DPR imposed sanctions against the leader of the pro-Russian Opposition Platform – For Life Boyko and ex-Prosecutor General Pshonka, their assets were confiscated. At the end of June, the HLE assets were confiscated by the Ukrainian authorities, suspecting it of having links with Russia =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
The State Defense Committee of the DPR deprived of property 142 people, among them the head of the Opposition Platform— For life» Yuriy Boyko, former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka, leader of the Ukrainian Communist Party Petro Symonenko, oligarch Rinat Akhmetov and others. The document was published on the website of the head of the republic.
According to the resolution, “the right of ownership and other rights in rem” are terminated <…> to real estate objects located on the territory of the Donetsk People's Republic, <…> turning them into state property without compensating the owners for the cost of such property.
Pshonka headed the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine from November 2010 to the end of February 2014, when a change of power took place in the country as a result of the Euromaidan , he was one of those close to the ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. Sanctions have been imposed against Pshonka in Ukraine.
Boyko, after the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine, called for immediate negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv, but at the end of March, the activities of the Opposition Platform for Life were suspended along with ten other parties during martial law by decree of President Vladimir Zelensky. These political forces in Kyiv were considered connected with Russia. In mid-May, the Opposition Platform for Life faction in the Verkhovna Rada was liquidated. A month later, the court handed over to the state all the property and assets of the Opposition Platform for Life and banned its activities.
Akhmetov before the change of power in 2014 was called the “master of Donbass”, he — the richest Ukrainian, according to Forbes, his fortune at the beginning of March was estimated at $ 4.2 billion. Akhmetov, in a conversation with the building, said that he was waiting for Ukraine's victory, promising to take part in the restoration of the country, “regretting neither money nor effort.” In the DPR, sanctions were imposed against him six years ago— in 2016, banning entry.
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