Dutch prosecutors have seized a property near Amsterdam linked to Putin’s son-in-law. According to independent Dutch and Russian media, a specialist division of the Public Prosecution Service seized a piece of land in Duivendrecht, just outside Amsterdam, from a Dutch citizen Jorrit Faassen.
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The investigative journalists from Follow the Money portal analyzed records from the land registry and found that the plot of land was taken over on May 12. Dutch journalists claim that Faassen acquired the property through a company named Molenkade Ontwikkeling BV, which itself is owned by Gietrin Investment Ltd. in Cyprus. That business was tied to two brothers in Putin’s inner circle, Arkady and Boris Rotenberg, who are both on sanctions lists.
Former Molenkade Ontwikkeling director Thomas Grentzius, who is married to Faassen’s cousin, told Follow the Money that Faassen asked him to become the company director and told him to buy the property in 2013.
Ex-husband of Putin's daughter faces criminal charges in the Netherlands— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) May 25, 2023
The Dutch prosecutor's office arrested a plot of land in an Amsterdam suburb owned by Jorrit Faassen, the ex-husband of Putin's daughter Maria Vorontsova, the "Project" media writes.
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