Russia plans to “nationalize” Zelenskyy's Crimean apartment
The building where Zelenskyy's apartment is located in Crimea (Photo:ru.krymr.com)
Russia plans to “nationalize” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his wife’s Crimean apartment in the coastal city of Yalta, said the Kremlin’s puppet head of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov.
"We are preparing a list of apartments, but this is not a priority," Aksyonov reportedly told Russia’s TASS.
He said that the "large objects profitable for the enemy" are the priority for them.
"Those who are directly involved in financing the enemy," he added.
Olena Zelenska purchased the apartment in Yalta’s upscale Livadia Palace area in April 2013, one year before Russia’s so-called annexation of Crimea.
Presidential officials said that Zelenskyy and his wife only plan to use the apartment after Crimea’s liberation.
Occupation authorities in Crimea threated Zelenksyy with a lawsuit in September 2021 after claiming he had stopped paying for his utilities.
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