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Russia plans to seize Jamala's property in the occupied Crimea: the singer's reaction

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun11,2024

Russia plans to seize Jamala's property in occupied Crimea: the singer's reaction

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The occupying authorities of Crimea plan to confiscate the assets of another 110 Ukrainian individuals and legal entities who “commit unfriendly actions towards Russia”. In particular, the property of the Ukrainian singer of Crimean Tatar origin, Jamala, is among the list.

Zmina writes about this with reference to the message of the head of the occupying Crimean parliament, Volodymyr Konstantinov.

According to this, the notification of seizure of property will take place through nationalization.

It is planned to replenish the list of nationalized property with new objects belonging to 110 persons who support the Kyiv regime and sponsor the Armed Forces. Among these people – Jamaladinova Susana Alimivna, known as the singer Jamala, against whom a criminal case has been initiated, and the performer herself is wanted because of fake information about the Armed Forces of Russia, which she spreads, – it is stated in the statement.

Also, the occupiers added to the list of property subject to “nationalization”:

  • property of a deputy of the Brovary district council of the Kyiv region , who is a beneficiary of the Dolphin Therapy, Rehabilitation and Recreation Center in Alushta;
  • of the holding company “Kyivmiskbud”;
  • Arseniy Yatsenyuk – the beneficiary of “Antey 2012” LLC, which is the rightful owner of real estate in Yalta;
  • property of the family of People's Deputy of Ukraine Lydia Kotelyak, who heads the organization “Mothers of the Mobilized”;
  • >

  • property of her son Ihor Kotelyak – soldier of the GUR of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine;
  • JSC “Yalta Film Studio”;
  • LLC “Hotel “Bristol” in Yalta;
  • PJSC “Platinum Bank”.
  • >

The list also includes objects belonging to the relatives of the Ukrainian politician Vitalia Khomutynnik and “other Ukrainian neighbors of Zelenskyi in Livadia,” Konstantinov clarified.

Let's remind you that in November 2023, the singer Jamala was wanted in Russia, and then she was arrested in absentia thus, in April 2022, the singer was banned from entering Russia for 50 years.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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