Navalny's associates released a film about Lyudmila Ocheretnaya, Putin's ex-wife.  There is a link to her alleged LJ

Navalny’s associates released a film about Lyudmila Ocheretnaya, Putin’s ex-wife. There is a link to her alleged LJ

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Alexei Navalny’s associates released a film about Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife Lyudmila.

At the beginning of the film, Maria Pevchikh talks about the personality of the president’s ex-wife, relying, among other things, on entries in “LiveJournal”, which, according to Navalny’s associates, Lyudmila Putin secretly led. The last public entry in this account was made in 2008.

A significant part of the 44-minute video is devoted to her sources of income, the main of which, according to the authors, is the “Volkonsky house” on Vozdvizhenka in Moscow. It belongs to the Center for the Development of Interpersonal Communications fund, which is managed by Lyudmila Putina’s husband Artur Ocheretny; Meridian, a company owned by her, subleases these premises (Meduza wrote in detail, among other things, about this asset of Lyudmila Putina and her husband).

The film says that over the past three years, the Center for the Development of Interpersonal Communications, whose website not updated since May 2021, has received more than 400 million rubles from Gazprombank, Severstal and the Moscow government. Among the expenses paid by the center are expensive Italian furniture and millions of payments to a sports coach. Meridian also receives hundreds of millions of rubles a year for renting real estate, including from its largest tenant, VTB.

According to the bank transactions cited by the authors of the film, in March 2020 Lyudmila Putina received more than 192 million rubles from Meridian to her personal account. The former first lady of the Russian Federation also has a stake in the microfinance organization Karmani and the firm Easy!, which rents out smartphones.

The film also features drone footage of several properties in Europe owned by Artur Ocheretny. This is a house in Biarritz, an apartment in Davos and two apartments in Malaga.

More about the assets of Lyudmila Putina

Source: meduza.io

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