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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Russian Railways has published the income Declaration of its President

JSC “RZD” issued a Declaration on the income of their leader — President of the company Oleg Belozerov. We will remind that the former head of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin flatly refused to share with the public such information.

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According to the Declaration Belozerova, before the advent of the post held the position of Deputy Minister of transport, its revenues amounted to 86.2 million rubles, an increase of almost eight times.

About half of this amount he received due to the sale of the plot of a thousand square meters, a summer house with an area of 116.5 square meters in the Leningrad region, as well as apartments in 214,8 sq. m. in St. Petersburg. Also, as explained in the company, a portion of the proceeds, in addition to the salary received from deposits in the tanks.

However, no housing Belozerov gone: his wife belongs to the apartment with an area of 193 square meters, which the President of the Russian Railways is in use.

Unlike Belozerova, his wife has three vehicles, M-21, 1963, GAZ 21, 1960 and the Land Rover Range Rover 2015. Thus the annual income of spouses amounted to 19.5 million rubles.

Recall that his reluctance to publish the Declaration of income that must be done in accordance with the law, former head of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin explained by fears for the fate of loved ones. He is on a conference call in the government in may 2015 is supposedly still called their monthly salary, amounting to 4 million rubles.

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