In addition to his Russian citizenship, President of Motor Sich, Vyacheslav Boguslayev, has hidden real estate in Moscow, which he had since 2002, the EP writes.
This is reported by journalists of the program “Schemes”.
As journalists found out, there were at least two properties in question.
Investigators managed to find a flat in the housing estate, estimated at 350 thousand dollars, and a warehouse.
It is noted that both properties are located in Moscow’s Khoroshevsky district:
- the flat – in an apartment complex at 84, building 6, Khoroshevskoye Shosse (owned by Boguslayev since 2006)
- Warehouse premises – in a building on Zorge Street, 7a (Boguslayev’s property since 2002).
“None of these properties were listed by Vyacheslav Boguslaev in his property declarations, which he submitted while he was a people’s deputy of Ukraine from 2006 to 2019.
This may indicate a violation of anti-corruption legislation,” the journalists stressed.
A court has seized all the property of Motor Sich president Vyacheslav Boguslayev, who is suspected of working for the aggressor. The total amount of the arrested assets is almost 1bn hryvnyas.
On 22 October, the UP learned that the SBU had detained the honorary president of the Motor Sich company, former MP Vyacheslav Bohuslav.
On 23 October, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) confirmed the detention of the president of the Motor Sich company and the head of its foreign economic activities department: they were declared suspected of collaborating with the Russian Federation. According to the materials of the investigation, these officials acted in collusion with representatives of the Russian Rostec corporation, which is close to the Kremlin. They established transnational channels for illegal deliveries of wholesale shipments of Ukrainian aircraft engines to the aggressor country.
On 24 October, the Kiev Shevchenkivskyy court took the president of Motor Sich, Vyacheslav Boguslayev, and the head of the foreign economic activity department, Oleh Dziuba, in custody for two months (until 20 December).
Investigative journalists of Schem published evidence of Vyacheslav Boguslayev’s Russian passport.
A lawyer for the president of Motor Sich, Vyacheslav Boguslayev, confirmed that he does have a Russian passport and that the contracts for the supply of engines, which then ended up in Russian helicopters, were allegedly given by the state.
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