The National Police of Ukraine found documents on the presence of 11 apartments in Kiev with an unnamed deputy of the State Duma of Russia, a native of Mariupol, born in 1968, the message was published in the official Telegram channel of the National Police. The Strana.ua edition drew attention to the fact that Dmitry Sablin, a State Duma deputy from United Russia, fits the description. However, Sablin himself, in a conversation with RIA Novosti, denies this information.
“I personally do not own anything in Kyiv. But Kyiv itself is Russia.”
The National Police report does not mention Sablin's name, but it says that the deputy is suspected of encroaching on the territorial integrity of Ukraine, as he supported the entry of troops into the country and was awarded the medal "For the Liberation of Mariupol" after the capture of the city of the Russian Federation.
Earlier in Ukraine, the property of the enterprises of the ex-State Duma deputy for 1 billion hryvnias ($28 million) was arrested . His name was not disclosed, but the media noticed that it could be Vladimir Krupchak. In August, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the forced confiscation of Russian assets worth 28 billion hryvnias (45.9 billion rubles). Before that, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved his decree on the confiscation of Russian property and assets in the country, 903 objects fell under it.