The Portuguese house of the family of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, who was featured in the investigation by Alexei Navalny's team, was put up for sale for 10 million euros to avoid his arrest. Georgy Alburov, an employee of the investigation department, wrote about this on Twitter.
“Friends, I was very afraid to write this, but there is nowhere to go - mistakes must be recognized. I want to apologize to Tatyana Golikova. For the first time in our work, such a monstrous mistake has occurred. Remember her Portuguese house, which we valued at 1.2 million euros? It turned out that we criminally underestimated its cost - more than 8 times! This house has now been put up for sale (apparently to avoid his arrest), and the owners have valued it at 10 million euros.
Alburov also published a photo of the house from the inside. It has a hall, which is connected to the living room and dining room, the total area of these rooms is almost 180 square meters. m. Also in the house of the official there are several bedrooms, a hotel from which you can see the ocean, a complex with a dressing room, a bathroom, a bathroom and a shower of about 100 sq. m, an office, a gym, two kitchens, and a pond with a bridge in the yard.
On October 6, Alexei Navalny's team released an investigation into the Golikova family, which stated that she owns assets worth 50 billion rubles. The property of the deputy chairman's family (Golikova herself, her husband Viktor Khristenko and his son from his first marriage, Vladimir Khristenko) includes a house with an area of 1800 sq. m in the suburbs, five villas in Europe and several golf clubs. According to investigators, all this was “earned” on vaccines for Russians. Her stepson is the president of the pharmaceutical company Nanolek, which regularly receives multimillion-dollar state orders for the purchase of vaccines. Before that, all vaccines strangely end up on the vaccination calendar, which is why hospitals across the country have to buy them.