Russian oligarch Usmanov tried to appeal against personal sanctions through the European Court, – media


Usmanov, an oligarch from the Russian Federation, tried to appeal personal sanctions through the European Court, — media

In addition to the lifting of sanctions, Usmanov demanded compensation in the amount of 20 thousand dollars from the European Union. The court did not satisfy this requirement.

The European Court dismissed the lawsuit against Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov because of the sanctions imposed against him. This is reported by Bild.

In addition to the lifting of sanctions, Alisher Usmanov demanded that the EU pay legal costs in the amount of $20,000. The oligarch also did not receive satisfaction of this demand.

What preceded this

In March 2022, the Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov left Bavaria, where his villas were located, and left for Uzbekistan.

Meanwhile, the European Union “froze” Usmanov's assets. Because of the sanctions imposed on Russia because of the war in Ukraine, Usmanov could no longer use his villas and yacht.

The EU representatives made this decision because of Usmanov's closeness to Russian President Vladimir Putin. In addition, they received information that the oligarch transferred six million dollars to Putin's adviser Valentin Yumashev.

In addition, the real estate that was registered to Usmanov was de facto owned by the deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council and the former president country Dmitry Medvedev.

Usmanov did not agree with personal sanctions and tried to appeal them in court.

Moreover, the journalists found that Vladimir Putin also drove this car during secret trips to the Italian island for vacation. Sardinia is very popular among wealthy Russians.

In addition to the Mercedes-Maybach S650 Guard, Usmanov's residential complex on the coast of Pevero Bay, worth 17 million euros, and six cars serving it, were arrested. The total value of the frozen assets of the oligarch in Italy exceeded 66 million euros.


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