Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.
The court arrested the property of Nasalyk at the request of a businessman and president of Karpaty Football Club, Petro Dymynskyi.
Dymynskyi sued for recovery of debts from Nasalyk under a loan agreement. The amount of debt is not specified in the court decision.
Dymynskyi also filed an application to secure the suit, in which he asked to arrest Nasalyk's real estate property, namely a 287.7 square meter apartment in Kyiv, a 561.4 square meter house and a 1,510 square meter land plot in Kozyn, the Kyiv region.
The court partially granted Dymynskyi's motion and arrested the apartment and the house. The court decision is valid through July 26, 2020.
The consideration of the debt recovery case is scheduled for Oct. 3.
According to media reports, Nasalyk borrowed $ 3.3 million in 2014.
In his income statement for 2016, the minister declared 1.2 million hryvnia income ($46,500), as well as $450,000, €140,000, and 1.4 million hryvnia in cash. In 2015, Nasalyk declared $890,000 and €240,000 in savings, as well as a donation of 1 million hryvnia to Petro Poroshenko Bloc.