We previously wrote about the scam carried out by the Russian invaders on June 10 with the “sale” of the Inkerman winery in occupied Sevastopol for 533.5 million rubles, which, according to some sources, is “15 times cheaper than its estimated cost”. Allegedly, the “buyer” of the plant predictably became the “firm” “Inkerman Fine Wine Plant”, which previously “leased the plant from the city”.
We already wrote that this structure, most likely, was bought out from the Dnepropetrovsk businessman Valery Shamotiy, allegedly in the interests of the “winemaker Valery Zakharyin”, but in fact for Putin’s oligarch Yuri Kovalchuk, since his structures could not “make a deal” with the “parent” Inkerman International AB, registered in Sweden.
Now, as part of the aggressor’s propaganda stream about the “St. Petersburg International Economic Forum”, it is stated that it is the sanctioned “Rossiya” bank controlled by Kovalchuk that allegedly “will invest about 5 billion rubles in the “Inkerman Vintage Wine Factory.”
There is no reason to doubt that these large-scale plans for “money laundering” are accompanied by intentions of illegal development of the lands of the seized plant for housing for the colonialists.
However, objective and well-known, inevitable circumstances may intervene in these criminal plans of the Kovalchuk group, which had previously seized the “Massandra” and “Novy Svet” factories in the occupied Crimea.