The property in the village of Praskoveevka near the city of Gelendzhik on the Black Sea coast, which Alexey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK) claims to be Vladimir Putin’s palace, directly or indirectly belongs to one or several entrepreneurs, Putin’s official spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
“Indeed, this is a large object, and it is well known in Gelendzhik. One or several individuals directly or indirectly own this object. But you must agree that, probably, the Kremlin has no right to disclose the names of those owners. We are not going to do this as it would be incorrect,” Peskov said.
A journalist noted that the FBK investigation does not even say that the palace belongs to Putin directly. In addition, it is only few individuals, who may own such large property. However, the existence of the no-fly zone above the palace and the presence of FSB or FSO security in the area…

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