This is stated in the joint investigation team of Alexei Navalny and the independent publication Proekt, Ukrinform reports.
According to investigators, among the most expensive objects are the estate in the Greenfield village (estimated value of $240 million) and the Millerhof estate ($97 million) in the Istra district of the Moscow region. These palaces were built by Gazprom’s main contractor, Stroygazconsulting, owned by Jordanian businessman Ziyad Manasir. The owner of Millerhof was LLC All-People’s Farm Center, which was recorded on the structures of Gazprombank. Then the company was taken over by the Cypriot Ridensi.
It is noted that Miller never entered Millerhof, possibly due to a scandal with publicity, so another palace was built for him, and the Millerhof estate is rented out for events and television.
The second palace, built for Miller in the village of Greenfield, Navalny’s team calls the largest they have ever filmed in the Moscow region. Its area is 8.5 thousand square meters. meters. There are many fireplaces in the palace, in addition to bedrooms, offices and dining rooms there is a gym, a swimming pool, several baths, an entertainment complex with a bowling alley, a mini-golf room, an underground skating rink, an exhibition hall, a library, a home cinema, a billiards room, a winter garden and a fur coat store . On a plot with a total area of 62 thousand square meters there is also a guest house, houses for servants and guards, a chapel, a 2000-meter stable with an arena.
According to the investigation, in 2014 Stroygazconsulting handed over the estate to Vladenie-V. She is also the nominal owner of Miller’s personal vehicle. In 2020, Estate-B sold the palace, but still continues to pay the bills for its maintenance. The names of the two new owners of the palace in the registry are classified and each is designated as “rf”. The conclusion that the family of the head of Gazprom lives in the palace was made by the investigators, among other things, on the basis of the fact that Gazprom’s Eurocopter helicopter, used by Miller, regularly flies to the helipad near the palace.
According to Navalny’s team, the palace in Greenfield from Possession-V was bought for 8 billion rubles by Marina Yentaltseva, the former head of the protocol of the President of the Russian Federation and Miller’s common-law wife. She is registered in the St. Petersburg apartment of the head of Gazprom and has two young children from him. Miller’s official wife is Irina Miller, they have a son, Mikhail.
According to investigators, both owners of the palaces near Moscow – LLC “All-People’s Farm Center” and “Vladenie-V” – belong to the Seychelles offshore “Valenta Holdings”. Another of its subsidiaries, Akron JSC, is buying up elite real estate in St. Petersburg, Sochi, and Gelendzhik in the interests of Gazprom.
The authors of the investigation claim that Ownership-V, which manages the palace in Greenfield, is formally controlled by two people from the Russian special services – Sergey Tregub from the GRU and Alexander Smirnov from the Vympel special unit of the FSB. This company received at least 34 billion rubles from Gazstroyprom, now the main “megacontractor” of Gazprom. At the same time, Tregub’s personal driver owns a blocking stake in Gazstroyprom worth at least $660 million, and his nephew Vadim Tregub is listed as the director of the Cyprus offshore Ridensi.
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