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The son of the head of Roskosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, Alexei, led the construction of the Nagatinskaya transport hub. The project is led by the Kievskaya Square group of companies, billionaires Zakhar Iliev and God Nisanov.
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Former general director of the Ilyushin Aviation Complex (Il PJSC), the son of the head of Roskosmos, Alexei Rogozin, led the organization that will be involved in the development of the Nagatinskaya Moscow interchange hub. The object is included in the project portfolio of the Kievskaya area group of companies billionaires Zakhar Iliev and God Nisanov, the press service of the developer said.

“Aleksey Rogozin, who has professional education and extensive managerial experience in implementing large-scale industrial and infrastructure projects, as well as in introducing innovative technologies, has been appointed as the General Director of Nagatinskaya TPU,” the statement said. In particular, Rogozin Jr. participated in the reorganization of the Spetsstroy of Russia and the reform of the military-construction complex.

Within the framework of the project, a transport hub will be built that will connect three types of public transport, and a shopping center with offices and overground parking area of ​​up to 230,000 square meters. The transport hub will include the Nizhny Kotly railway platform, the Nagatinskaya metro station and eight bus routes. In addition, it is planned to build a ground crosswalk to the Upper Kotly station of the Small Ring of the Moscow Railway.

From 2011 to 2016, the son of Dmitry Rogozin was a deputy of the Moscow Regional Duma of the fifth convocation, and then became deputy head of the Department of Property Relations of the Ministry of Defense. In the spring of 2017, Alexey Rogozin first began working in the United Aircraft Corporation, then he was approved by the General Director of Il. He left both posts in the aircraft industry in April.

In 2019, the development company “Kievskaya Ploshchad” topped the Forbes rating “Kings of Russian Real Estate” with revenue of $ 1.6 billion from rental in 2018. The group owns 13 million square meters. m of retail space, 348,000 square meters. m of warehouses and the hotel "Ukraine" with 1,500 rooms. The company owns Moscow's largest clothing markets Sadovod, Moscow, Yuzhnye Vorota, Evropeisky shopping center, and Food City, the largest food retail complex in Europe.