Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky denies that he has a hidden influence on the government of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, but he warns that he might start to believe in this depiction of himself, and that he has the ability to make it come to life. He stated this in an interview with The New York Times.
“If I put on glasses and look at myself, like the rest of the world, I see myself as a monster, a puppeteer, the owner of Zelensky, a person who is building apocalyptic plans. I can start to do it for real,” Kolomoysky clarified.
As we reported earlier, Kolomoysky has shown interest in opening a ski resort; his plan includes 33 lifts, 142 miles of ski tracks, hotels and 120 restaurants. This idea might cause the damage to a particularly vulnerable high-altitude woodland zone, known as the Svydovets massif.