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Ukrainian oligarch Kolomoysky to return to Ukraine if Zelensky wins presidential run

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ex-owner of PrivatBank, former Head of Dnipropetrovsk Region State Administration Igor Kolomoysky noted though that considering the fact that the political fight is rather strong, he does not want to bring chaos so he decided to stay in Israel not to annoy people in Ukraine
08:13, 18 April 2019

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Ex-owner of PrivatBank, former Head of Dnipropetrovsk Region State Administration Ihor Kolomoysky wants to return to Ukraine if Volodymyr Zelensky wins the presidential elections, as he told the journalist of Schemes program, Radiosvonoda reported.

“Well, I wanted to come back earlier,” Kolomoysky answered the question of the journalist about his return to Ukraine in case of Zelensky’s victory.

Related: Kolomoysky’s lawsuit on return of PrivatBank shares: Court postpones consideration for May 7

At the same time, he noted that considering the fact that the political fight is rather strong, he does not want to bring chaos so he decided to stay in Israel not to annoy people in Ukraine.

On April 15, the Administrative Court of Appeal postponed the case of the basis for the nationalization of PrivatBank until April 22.

Related: Ukraine's oligarch Kolomoysky's real shot in turning his former bank

Earlier, Kolomoysky, the Ukrainian oligarch and former owner of Privatbank, demanded to give him back two billion U.S. dollars of the bank's assets. He might, in turn, give up this financial institution. 

The decision to nationalize Privatbank was made in December 2017. 100 percent of its shares were handed over to the state. The IMF supported that decision, stating that it's an important step to secure Ukraine's financial stability.

Related: Court delays consideration of Kolomoysky's lawsuit on purchase of Privatbank by Ukraine's govt

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