Russian lawyer Natalya Veselnitskaya, who met Donald Trump’s son-in-law in 2016, for many years represented the FSB in court, according to Reuters.
In the documents it’s obvious that Natalya Veselnitskaya successfully represented the Federal Security Service of Russia concerning ownership of property in Moscow from 2005 to 2013, the media informs.
The property in question is a FSB-founded military unit 55002. The building was privatized after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Veselnitskaya was proving that it was sold illegally.
At this address a company Electronintorg is registered, owned by a state incorporation Rostec. The Head of Rostec is a former-KGB employee, who served in Eastern Germany with Vladimir Putin.
It doesn’t mean that Veselnitskaya is working for Russian intelligence, and she herself denies having FSB connections. Even so, this fact might raise new questions among politicians in the US.
Veselnitskaya ignored Reuter’s inquiry about her cooperation with the FSB. The intelligence service also didn’t respond.
As it was reported earlier, Kushner made his correspondence on Hilary Clinton public, revealing more proof of Kremlin involvement in the US presidential campaign.