People’s Deputy from the “Servant of the People” is doing business in Russia, and his son poses against the background of the Kremlin

Firms associated with Yury Aristov, MP from Servant of the People, head of the budget committee of the Verkhovna Rada, do business with Russian companies.

Denis Kazansky, a journalist and member of the Ukrainian delegation to the Trilateral Contact Group, found this out.

He conducted a small investigation into Yuri Aristov’s business ties, noticing photographs of his 21-year-old son Artyom in front of the Kremlin in Moscow.

“Not to mention the moral side of the issue, but I’m wondering if they’re not afraid that one day the young man will be declared a Ukrainian spy and shut for 10 years in order to put pressure on a high-ranking politician? Apparently, they are not afraid. And this can be explained very simply, ”writes Kazansky.

According to him, such carelessness is explained by the fact that Aristov is doing business with the Russians.

“For example, the company“ Eiffel Service ”is registered for his wife Marina Aristova, the director of which Ekaterina Kisse is at the same time the director of the Russian woman Natalia Yantovskaya in“ Fruit where Mare ”LLC.

And in another Yantovskaya company, Anna Kirichevskaya, who also works for Aristov’s company Atlantic-Yumma, is a director.

“This raises quite natural questions – how close are the ties between the chairman of the budget committee and the aggressor country, and how do they affect his political activities in the Verkhovna Rada?” Kazansky asks.

(c)DUMSKAYA.NET 2021

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