Natalya Poklonskaya and her daughter received an elite apartment worth about 53 million rubles. About it writes publication “Important Stories”.
According to journalists, the Russian Federation handed over Poklonskaya’s apartment on October 4, when she had already laid down her deputy mandate, but had not yet become an ambassador to Cape Verde. As reported by Vostochnye Stories, half of the apartment went to Poklonskaya’s daughter Anastasia Meriuts.
The area of the apartment is 119.2 m². The property is located in the residential complex “Stalin’s Dacha” (Starovolynskaya street, 12), it is called “the house of the president’s affairs manager.” The complex contains office apartments of the UDP, some of which have already been privatized by officials.
Journalists note that the average cost per square meter with repairs in this residential complex is about 445 thousand rubles, so the apartment of Poklonskaya and her daughter could cost about 53 million. earned only 25.2 million rubles.
In the material “Important stories” it is emphasized that in order to receive a state apartment, a special commission must recognize an official as “needy” and put him on the line for improving living conditions. Those in need are those whose housing is less than 15 m² per person, therefore, in the case of Poklonskaya and her daughter, the living space should be less than 30 m².
In October, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine appealed to the authorities of Cape Verde and “raised the issue of criminal activity” by Natalya Poklonskaya, whom Russian President Vladimir Putin appointed Russian Ambassador on October 13.
In Ukraine, several criminal cases were initiated against Poklonskaya related to the annexation of Crimea by Russia. In particular, she is accused of treason. She has worked in the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office in Crimea since 2002, and she received the post of Prosecutor General of Crimea after the peninsula became part of Russia.
Since 2014, Poklonskaya worked for two years as a prosecutor of the Crimea. In 2016, she left the post in connection with the election to the State Duma. Poklonskaya was Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption, then became Deputy Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs.
In May 2021, she refused to participate in the primaries of United Russia, explaining this by the transition to a new job.