Censor.NET reports citing the information published on the website of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption.
According to the income statement, the minister owns a land plot with area of 1200 square meters, a 39-meter apartment in Chuhuiv. Two apartments in Kharkiv are jointly owned by the minister and his wife Inna. Their total area is 657 square meters.
Avakov also included in his income statement a collection of pieces of art of well-known painters, in particular, an engraving by Picasso and other antiques. The minister also appeared to be owner of a large collection of well-matured wines.
The minister is the sole owner of Italy-based Avitalia S.r.l. (with owner's equity of 8.8 million hryvnia or over $338,461). 99.99 of shares of Avakov's Trust Company (with owner's equity of 205,000 hryvnia - about $7,900) also belong to the Interior Minister. Inna Avakova is the ultimate beneficiary of a dozen private companies.
Avakov keeps 265,000 hryvnia, $178,000, 118,000 euros, and £2,100 in cash while his wife keeps $275,000 and 30,000 euros.
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