The National Agency of Ukraine for finding, tracing, and management of assets divided from corruption and other crimes (ARMA), increased the admission deadline for contest on managing the Mezhyhirya residence till the end of February, 2019, as the press-service of the Agency reports.
“The admission deadline for the contest on managing the seized assets, both real and personal properties, which are located on the Novi Petrivtsi village, Vyshhorod district, Kyiv region (the Mezhyhirya residence), is postponed till February 28, 2019” – the ARMA’s authorities report.
The final day of admission is the day of sending all the scanned documents to the ARMA’S e-mail.
Mezhyhirya – is the ex-residence of Viktor Yanukovych, located on the Novi Petrivtsi village, Vyshhorod district, Kyiv region. Before the residence became a private property, it had belonged to the government since 1935 till 2007.
The court passed the rights of the Mezhyhirya residence to ARMA. Buildings of the residence, one piece of land of 1.7 hectares and the authorized capital of the company "Tantalite", which owns most of the property. Also, the agency received Yanukovych's apartment on the Obolon embankment.
ARMA announced the contest on managing the Mezhyhirya residence in November, 2018. Such decision was taken, because they do not have the authority to spend state budget on maintaining the assets.