Occupiers seize and sell property of Ukrainians in Crimea; they are also preparing to sell Zelensky's apartment
The occupation authorities in the annexed Crimea are seizing Ukrainian property and selling it at auction. We are talking about apartments, sanatoriums and commercial premises.
This was stated by the so-called "Speaker of the State Council of Crimea" Vladimir Konstantinov on his Telegram page. In total, the occupiers seized dozens of properties. They have already sold it for UAH 310 million.
"In addition, the sale of about 100 nationalized properties is planned shortly. These are residential premises, including the apartment of the Zelensky couple, sanatorium and resort facilities, retail and commercial premises," the occupier wrote.
The occupation authorities of Crimea decided to "nationalize" the property of "foreign citizens and states that carry out unfriendly actions against Russia".
By the way, the wife of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Olena, bought an apartment in Crimea back in 2013. Back then, the Zelensky family was engaged in the media business. According to Zelensky's declaration, the value of this property is 1.3 million hryvnias (more than 160 thousand dollars at the exchange rate of that period).
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the Ukrainian Defense Forces destroyed an oil depot and enemy warehouses in the temporarily occupied Crimea. They hit military targets in the Zhovtnevyi district of the Red Guard. At the same time, the Crimean Bridge and the transport infrastructure of Chongar are under attack too, which creates serious logistical problems for the occupiers, including fuel deliveries.