Occupants can deprive Klitschko brothers of property in Crimea
13:12, — Europa
The Klitschko brothers can lose their houses in Livadia.
Pavel Pozhigailo, a member of the Public Chamber's commission on cultural and historical heritage protection, doubts the legality of houses belonging to the Klitschko brothers near Livadia in Russia-occupied Crimea.
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“A number of significant objects are now in private ownership. Most of their owners are in Kyiv,” Pozhigailo said to journalists. “Many of them are just Ukrainian oligarchs, who own plenty of objects of cultural significance in Crimea. The Klitschko brothers built two houses 150 metres from Livadia. I don't know if it is legal.”
He recalled about the act on a moratorium on allotting land and thinks it is necessary to impose a moratorium on re-registering ownership of objects of cultural significance “including the ownership of plots of land”.
According to him, a relevant analysis, also in cooperation with the lawyers, was needed.
Pozhigailo said members of the Public Chamber had met in Crimea with deputy prime minister Larisa Ponasyuk, who is “responsible for cultural heritage”, and expressed their position on the issue.
“Our task is to control how the issue will be solved. It requires a legal analysis,” Pozhigailo said. “There are promises that the moratorium will be imposed in the near future.”