London activists found in the seized mansion of the archive of the Gorbachev Foundation

The squatters discovered the documents of the Gorbachev Foundation, founded by former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, they had seized the mansion in front of Buckingham Palace in London. About it reports The Guardian.

The seven-story building, which belongs to banker from Bahrain to Abdulrahman al-Jasmi seized activists of the “Autonomous nation of anarchist libertarians”, sulaymania in luxury real estate to draw attention to homelessness. Earlier in the mansion, located at Buckingham gate, 19, was located the office of the International Association on public relations (International Public Relations Association), one of which was Gorbachev.

The squatters, according to the Guardian, managed to find an archive of the Gorbachev Foundation. In their hands, in particular, was a confidential letter signed by former Soviet leader. Paper files include letters to various multinational corporations to Finance initiatives of the Foundation. In the documents there is also a failure on the part of companies as Shell, British Airways, HSBC, BT and Virgin Hotels.

On Friday, the court ordered to evict the activists from the building after the owners declared that their presence threatens the security of the residence of the British Queen. In late January, the squatters participated in the capture of the London mansion of Russian billionaire Andrey Goncharenko, ushers kicked them out in early February.