• 02/03/2024 16:16

The country house of businessman Mazepa burned down at night

The cause of the fire is being established.

Fire in the house of Igor Mazepa

On the night of January 22, the country house of Igor Mazepa, who was detained on suspicion of fraud with the lands of the Kiev hydroelectric station, burned down. This happened in the village of Kartovetskoye, Chernihiv region. < /p>

The house was equipped with surveillance systems, so the cause of the fire is being established. According to preliminary data, there were no casualties, sources said.

The country house of businessman Mazepa burned down at night< /p> Arson of Igor Mazepa's house

At night businessman /p> on the left is Igor Mazepa's house on fire </h3>
<h3>Who is Igor Mazepa and what is he accused of</h3>
<p>Igor Aleksandrovich Mazepa (born in Kyiv on August 2, 1976) is a Ukrainian businessman and public figure. He is the founder and CEO of the investment company Concorde Capital. Igor Mazepa was a member of the supervisory board of PJSC Ukrsotsbank from November 10, 2016 to August 14, 2018. Mazepa is an investor in the Dobrobut clinic network, the Goodlife Park cottage town (located near the hydroelectric power station itself) and the Shelest complex, the MakeUp store, the amber business and the Krivoy Rog cement plant.</p>
<p>On January 18, searches began at Cocorde Capital facilities . The company claims that the investigative actions took place without a court order; the door to the business center was knocked down. “They are confiscating all documents that are not related to the case, but related to all areas of Igor Mazepa’s business activity. Personal belongings of employees working in other projects were confiscated,” said a comment from Concorde Capital.</p>
<p>Igor Mazepa himself was detained on the same day at the Ukrainian-Polish border, at the Shegini crossing. The company said that he had previously traveled abroad frequently for work and volunteer purposes, and reported his current trip to investigators and law enforcement because he was allegedly supposed to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos.</p>
<p>In addition to Mazepa and his brother, two more participants in the scheme were detained. According to the investigation, the founder of the investment company, his brother and other participants in the criminal organization, using corrupt connections in government agencies, illegally took possession of the lands of the water fund, where the hydraulic structures of the Kyiv hydroelectric power station are located. <b>Igor Mazepa and his brother Yuri and several other people were suspected of taking possession of the lands of the Kiev hydroelectric power station of 7 hectares worth 7 million hryvnia.</b> Investigators also want to prove that Mazepa tried to take possession of 300 hectares of land worth more than 1 billion hryvnia.</p>
<p>Mazepa’s companies say that the proceedings against him are pressure while he defends the interests of business.</p>
<p>Back in July 2023, the Office of the Prosecutor General and the DBI reported that they had exposed the leaders and participants of a criminal organization who, thanks to corrupt connections in government agencies, took possession of the lands with the dams of the Kyiv hydroelectric station. According to the investigation, the organization included “well-known investors in the field of luxury housing construction, their assistants, lawyers, architects, land surveyors and other qualified specialists.” Participants in the deal took advantage of gaps in the legal status of the plots. The lands were registered as agricultural purposes, which made it possible to allocate them to citizens of Ukraine. Other participants looked for “dummy people” through social networks who, for money, agreed to sign documents allocating land to them as private property. Most of them were students of educational institutions in the capital, who were misled and agreed to the offer due to their difficult financial situation.</p>
<p>On November 29, 2023, members of a criminal organization who illegally took possession of more than 7 hectares were exposed and detained lands on which hydraulic structures of critical infrastructure are located – the Kyiv hydroelectric power station. The criminal organization included almost two dozen defendants.</p>
<p>On January 19, Mazepa was chosen as a preventive measure in the form of detention with the possibility of a bail of more than 300 million. The prosecutor's office asked for a bail of 700 million hryvnia for Igor Mazepa and another 500 for his brother. this amount was explained by the financial condition of the suspect and his ability to hide from the investigation.</p>
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