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KHARKIV - Kharkiv Mayor Hennadiy Kernes has declared Hr 6.31 million as his income for 2011, according to his declaration posted on the official Web site of Kharkiv City Council on Monday, April 10.
The main share of his income was dividends and interest (Hr 6.162 million), whereas the mayor’s salary amounted to Hr 126,089. In addition, the mayor received financial assistance worth Hr 22,016.
Kernes also owns two cars – a 2003 Porsche 911 Carrera and a 2009 Mercedes Benz. The declaration also notes that the amount of funds on accounts in banks and other financial institutions is Hr 382,512, including Hr 268,091 invested last year.
The nominal value of securities is Hr 5.239 million, and the size of contributions to the authorized capital is Hr 180,896.
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