Zolotov told how much money studying in the UK, his grandson

Zolotov told how much money studying in the UK, his grandson

Study of a young man pays the father, the head of Regardie.

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The head of Regardie Viktor Zolotov in an interview with the newspaper “Komsomolskaya Pravda” told about his grandson. According to Zolotov, his grandson studying in the UK “well,” study of a young man pays the father. Three years later the young man return to Russia, said the head of Regardie.

Zolotov told that the money earned doing business “in due time”. His son — an entrepreneur for over 18 years, and the Zolotov son is a businessman with 13 years of experience. “This subject [Alexei Navalny] asks how much money my grandson is studying in England? My grandson is really learning in England. And his education is paid by the father. I want to say that grandson is an a student, I am proud of him… three years later, he returns, and I’m sure that will be a good economist” — said the head of Regardie.

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Viktor Zolotov added that in its investigation politician Alexei Navalny “overstated” the value of the property of the family of General of the army, estimating it at 3.5 billion rubles. “All the property was declared before 2008. Therefore, this subject [Bulk] suggests that this property refers to the budget of Regardie. I repeat, it was declared before 2008. Accordingly, nothing on my property to the budget of Regardie [based in 2016] is not” — he said.

The head of Regardie in the interview also responded to the accusations of Navalny in the assignment of a rate in which previously lived state and party leader of the USSR Anastas Mikoyan. “He more than once, so to speak, in pompous style, with such vehemence and pathos told about this country. I want to disappoint this subject and to state that my cottage to cottage, Mikoyan, does not matter. The country, which he says is in a completely different place,” he said.