London court froze the assets of Kolomoisky

Лондонский суд заморозил активы Коломойского

In addition to Kolomoisky frozen the assets of three more Ukrainian businessmen

The decision on the claim of Tatneft.

A court in London has frozen the assets of four Ukrainian businessmen around the world for a total amount of 380 million dollars in the claim of Tatneft. The corresponding decision the court took on Friday, April 22, according to Bloomberg.

Order freezing assets refers to Igor Kolomoisky, Gennady Bogolyubov, Alexander Yaroslavsky and Paul Ovcharenko. Freezing subject, in particular, assets such as private aircraft, boat and real estate in France and England.

So, the interim measure imposed on French Villa Kolomoisky, located on a plot of land of 1 hectare, and its an area of over 20 hectares of land in the Haute-Savoie Department in France.

Also will be frozen a number of properties in London owned by Bogolyubov, including the house on Belgrave Square near the gates of Buckingham Palace worth more than 4 million pounds (5.7 million dollars).

The court also allowed all four businessmen spend a week in 5 thousand pounds (of 7.19 thousand dollars).

As reported Корреспондент.net, 23 March Tatneft filed in British court lawsuit against Kolomoisky, Bogolyubov, Yaroslavl and Ovcharenko in the case of Ukrtatnafta – oil supply to Kremenchug refinery. Tatneft claims 334,1 million dollars damages and interest.

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