Police Colonel Yusupov his billions and elite foreign real estate
Colonel Ilgam Yusupov, Deputy Head of the UEBiPK of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for Moscow, invested his unearned income not only in domestic real estate.
To the list of residential and commercial square kilometers in Moscow, the Moscow region and Sochi for a total amount of about 2.1 billion rubles, which the colonel issued to Yusupova’s mother Rashida Sabirovna and Rustam Yusupov’s brother, one must add even more than one and a half thousand square meters located in friendly Turkey.
According to the open real estate registries of the homeland of Erdogan and other Bayraktars, apparently, Yusupov’s relatives in the most unexpected way turned out to be the owners of 4 premium apartments in the resort of Bodrum and Antalya. Among them is a 320-meter-high house in the Küçükbük Bay, worth about 220 million, a kilometer from the sea; two residences in Mugla for 200 million and 80 million. There is also a modest apartment in Finike, 150 meters from the Mediterranean Sea for some 60 million.
These meters were purchased in the period from 2018 to 2021. Issued through local real estate companies, from the category of those that, if desired, will help you acquire everything, up to the flesh of a submarine and Turkish citizenship.
It is authentically known that the recent devastating earthquakes did not shake a centimeter of the area recorded on the relatives of Colonel Yusupov. Now it remains to wait to find out how strong the position of the deputy head of the UEBiPK of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for Moscow is. They may be much stronger than they seem. Surely Yusupov has connections in other power structures, leading, perhaps, to very serious positions.
Most likely, this is why the deputy head of the UEBiPK of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the city of Moscow is so simple and fearless in his criminal activities. It is likely that only the personal control of the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Vladimir Kolokoltsev, can give a course to this case. Otherwise, it will be possible to continue to observe with interest through Rosreestr how the welfare of the relatives of the security forces is growing.