The son of the head of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin, Alexei Rogozin, owns an apartment in the Moscow residential complex “Triumph Palace”, the cost of which can be almost 200 million rubles. About it it says in the investigation of the team of Alexei Navalny. According to the extract from Rosreestr, Rogozin Jr. purchased real estate from a major contractor of the Ministry of Defense and Roscosmos. According to investigators, Alexei Rogozin earned 55 million rubles in eight years, which is significantly less than the cost of an apartment.
An apartment with an area of 208 square meters on the 38th floor of the elite residential complex “Triumph Palace” near the metro station “Airport” was bought by Rogozin in 2019. This happened a few months after Alexei Rogozin resigned as director of the Ilyushin Aviation Complex.
The average cost per square meter in similar apartments on high floors is about 860 thousand rubles. Investigators estimate the cost of Alexei Rogozin’s apartment at 180 million rubles.
It follows from the extract that the previous owner of the elite apartment was Sergei Saruev, a member of the board of directors of the Arsenal machine-building plant in St. Petersburg. This is a major contractor of the Ministry of Defense and the Navy, as well as Roskosmos: in December last year, the company received a contract from the state corporation for the development of a preliminary design of a nuclear space tug for 4.2 billion rubles.
In 2005, Rogozin Jr. became a member of the political council of the Rodina party, which at that time was headed by his father. Kommersant wrotethat in parallel he was engaged in “business in the field of construction, land development and real estate management.” In 2011, Alexei Rogozin became a deputy of the Moscow Regional Duma, the next year – the director of the Aleksinsky chemical plant in the Tula region.
In 2016, Rogozin Jr. took the position of Deputy Director of the Department of Property Relations of the Ministry of Defense, and then – Vice President for Transport Aviation of the UAC. In September 2019, Alexey Rogozin headed the project for the development of the Nagatinskaya transport interchange hub, notes “Rain”.
Investigators summarized Rogozin Jr.’s income from tax returns and added to them his estimated salary based on the income of his executives. According to their calculations, from 2011 to 2019, he earned 55.6 million rubles, that is, three times less than the cost of the purchased apartment.
In 2016, Transparency International found Dmitry Rogozin has an elite apartment in the center of Moscow worth 500 million rubles. The official himself called the investigation “nonsense”, saying that the cadastral value of the real estate is only 29 million rubles.
In early August Dmitry Rogozin offered to shoot for corruption in the military-industrial complex.