The e-declaration filed by President Poroshenko yesterday night includes an expensive house located in Kozyn, Kyiv region, worth of USD 1.5 million and 1,330 square meters in area. He’s got another two apartments in Kyiv and Vinnytsia, central Ukraine, non-residential premises in Odesa, southern Ukraine and five land parcels. Poroshenko also owns a recreation camp in Lyman, Odesa region.
The car park of Poroshenko and his wife includes five vehicles: Mercedes-benz Vito, BMW F02/750Li xDrive, Range Rover and Bayliner 185 BR belong to him, while Maryna Poroshenko owns Jaguar XF 4/2 Lv8.
Poroshenko has declared property rights in over 100 companies in Ukraine and a number of foreign countries – Poland, Russia, Spain, Netherlands, Cyprus and the Virgin Islands. He is the ultimate beneficiary owner of Roshen confectionary company, Sevastopol maritime plant (Crimea), and Maximum TV company.
The President owns valuable collections of paintings of Ukrainian and foreign artists of various styles and periods, furniture of famous brands like Jumbo Collection, Asnaghi Interiors, Riva, Martini Mobili and Jumbo Group, expensive chandeliers, a piano, and five expensive watches: Breguet, Patek Phillip, Hublot, Cartier, Carrera by Carrera.