Alisher Usmanov is one of Russia’s richest oligarchs. The billionaire owns shares in, among others, iron and steel holding company Metalloinvest, as well as Chinese company Xiaomi, and smaller stakes in telecommunications, mining and media.
The researchers examined the reliability of those models. “These are not originals (Fabergé eggs) lost from Tsarist timesIts value can reach 50 million euros, but – as the preliminary expert report showed – these are objects of considerable value “- said the prosecutor’s office in Munich.
Fabergé eggs? These are only souvenirs of Uzbekistan
Usmanov tried to save his property. For this, he tried to deceive the investigating officers. “Bild” reported that the Russian oligarch claimed that the four seized items were actually souvenirs for his Uzbek friends.Items of lesser value were made of tin and imitation gemstones in Munich“.
Another report by experts is to more accurately determine the origin of the objects and the year they were made. The exact value of eggs. “Usmanov will never see them again,” writes “Bild”. Their value can be very high. There is talk of a four or five digit sum.
“Then Usmanov should have declared them as property. When he was placed on the banned list. He probably did not “- adds the newspaper and asserts that the lack of property declaration was one of the reasons for the search by investigators and officers of the Federal Criminal Police Office in the oligarch’s Bavarian estate.
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