FBI officers came to Oleg Deripaska’s house in Washington


    US FBI officers carry out “law enforcement actions” in the home of Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska in Washington, according to NBC News with reference to a representative of the special services. Details have not yet been released.

    The FBI Washington office declined to comment on the information about the search in the house of Mr. Deripaska. “We do not confirm or deny information regarding possible investigations,” “RIA News” in the department.

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    NBC reporters published in Twitter photographs and videos showing FBI officers standing at the entrance to the house.

    As reported “RIA News” with reference to the cadastral documents of the District of Columbia, the house is owned by Hestia International LLC, a Delaware-registered corporation. Earlier newspaper The Washington Post citing sources, she wrote that this corporation is associated with Oleg Deripaska. According to cadastral documents, the house was purchased in May 2006 for $ 15 million, its current cadastral value together with the site is estimated at almost $ 16 million. This two-story building, built in 1986, has a living area of ​​1,080 square meters. m.

    In 2018, The New York Post, citing representatives of the US Treasury, reported that Mr. Deripaska’s American assets were frozen by the US authorities. Among these assets, the newspaper named mansions in Washington and New York. According to the newspaper, the businessman acquired a house in one of the prestigious districts of New York in 2008 for $ 42.5 million.

    Against the background of news about a search in the house of Oleg Deripaska, the value of Rusal shares during trading on the Moscow Stock Exchange decreased by 6.96%, to 77.615 rubles. for the paper.

    In 2018, the US Treasury imposed sanctions on Oleg Deripaska. Washington lifted sanctions on its assets – En + and Rusal – after the businessman relinquished control over them.

    More details – in the material of “Kommersant FM” “Oleg Deripaska stuck in sanctions.”

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