Poroshenko was deprived of two children’s camps in Crimea

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The Beregovoye property complex, including two children’s camp Komarova 1 and Komarova 2, was put into the property registry of Sevastopol.

The corresponding decision has been taken by the Government of Sevastopol at a today’s meeting.

The complex is situated in the village of Foros (Crimea) and formerly belonged to the Ukrainian Ugsevmorservis company, owned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

“The decisions about nationalization of Ugsevmorservis’ property has been taken a long time ago, but has not been implemented,” Director of the Department for property and land matters of Sevastopol Rustem Zajnullin commented on the Government’s decision.

He also said that the company had tried to protest the nationalization of the property, but the Court had not supported.

The Beregovoye property complex includes 66 items of immovable property, including sewage treatment plants and more than 34 hectares of land.

In February 2015, the Government of Sevastopol nationalized the Sevastopol marine plant, which main owner is President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, and related companies: Sevmorsudremont, Vneshekonomservis, Korabel, Sevmordorstroj, Sevmorverf, Sevmormash, New Era, Sevmorremo, Ugsevmorservis and Sevmorenergo.

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