Khoroshkovsky declares Hr 47.8 million as income for 2011 and five cars

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April 12, 2012, 1:37 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine


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Ukrainian First Deputy Prime Minister Valeriy Khoroshkovsky has declared Hr 47.8 million in gross family income for 2011 received from Ukrainian and foreign sources, the government's Uriadovy Kurier newspaper reported on Thursday. In particular, from sources in Ukraine, Khoroshkovsky received Hr 6.66 million as gross income for 2011.

The total amount of the gross income of his family received from sources in the country amounted to Hr 37.839 million, and revenues received from sources outside the country reached Hr 9.987 million.In addition, Khoroshkovsky owns a 2003 Porsche Cayenne Turbo, a 2010 Mercedes Benz G500 (Hr 5.335 million spent on its purchase), a 2009 Mercedes Benz GL500, a 2010 Mercedes Benz S600 L, and a 2007 Maybach 62 S.

His family has a 2002 Mercedes Benz SL500 and a 2008 Bentley Arnage.The first vice-premier has Hr 52.819 million on bank accounts, out of which Hr 4.02 million was placed in 2011. His family has Hr 342.354 million on bank accounts.

Khoroshkovsky owns land plots with a total area of 100 hectares and a 167.4-square-meter apartment. His family owns land plots with a total area of 26.4 hectares, residential houses with household buildings and facilities with a total area of 4,706 square meters, and apartments with a total area of 1,266 square meters.
Khoroshkovsky spent nearly Hr 8 million last year.

His family members are wife Olena, born in 1966, son Oleksandr, born in 1997, and daughter Kateryna, born in 2001.His wife is the director of U.A. Inter Media Group Limited, which owns the largest media assets (Inter TV Channel, Enter-Film, Enter-Music, television channels K1, K2, Mega, NTN, MTV Ukraine and others).
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