TI refused to remove from the website information about Donetsk apartment Poklonskaya
MOSCOW, 9 Aug — RIA Novosti. Transparency International Russia does not doubt the authenticity of the documents, on whose basis it was concluded that the apartment in Donetsk, belongs to the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Polonskaya, and does not intend to remove the information from the site, said RIA Novosti head of public relations Department Gleb Gavrish.
Earlier, Transparency International reported that Russia allegedly did not indicate in its Declaration of an apartment in Donetsk, in support of this information, the organization cited data from the state register of rights to immovable property of Ukraine. Friday Poklonskaya said that attributed to her apartment in Donetsk, held by the other woman, and questioned the authenticity of the documents Transparency International.
“I did, Yes. No, sorry, we will not. First, we deny the accusation of forgery, we do not forged the documents, this is the first. Second, the document used in our investigation, a statement from the Ukrainian state register of rights to immovable property, respectively, on the basis this statement was about a week ago, maybe a little more, don’t remember exactly. Accordingly, anyone Ukrainian citizen can verify this information by requesting an extract from the register in exactly the same way as it was done,” Havrysh said RIA Novosti on Friday.
On the question of the possibility of error in documents from the state register Gavrish said, “I can’t say that someone is guilty, and cannot claim that it was a mistake”. The Agency interlocutor also noted that Transparency International does not believe in the authenticity of the documents published by Poklonskaya. “We have no reason to think otherwise yet. We don’t know what kind of documents posted MS Poklonskaya… We do not make fake documents,” said Gavrish.
In connection with this arrangement, according to him, has no plans to remove information about the Deputy. “We have no reason to yet,” concluded Gavrish.
Organization Transparency International found that Russia allegedly did not indicate in its Declaration of an apartment in Donetsk. According to them, in the state register of rights to immovable property in Ukraine is that a certain Natalia Dubrovskaya owns an apartment in Donetsk. In the organization added that in the unofficial biography of the former Prosecutor says Dubrovskaya is her maiden name. The organization is clarified that open access to the documentary evidence for this fact. Earlier, Poklonskaya said that she “is not and cannot be” undeclared apartments in Donetsk.
Poklonskaya on his page in Facebook wrote that the mistress of this apartment with an area of 29.9 square meters on the street Rimsky-Korsakov is “Dubrovskaya Natalya Vladimirovna born in 1974,” which “refused to hand over the keys to the new “owners”, but kindly agreed to provide the original documents for his property”. According to the website of the state Duma of the Russian Federation, the Deputy Polonskaya was born in 1980.