The villa of Lyudmila Putina's alleged new husband was found in France

Arthur Ocheretny, whom the media previously called the potential new husband of Lyudmila Putina, is the owner of a villa in France worth €6-7 million, OCCPR found out.
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Businessman Arthur Ocheretny purchased a villa on the Atlantic coast in France, according to an investigation by the Center for the Study of Corruption and Organized Crime (OCCPR), which on Wednesday, April 5, published the publication Meduza.

The OCCPR had documents confirming the purchase of the Detached Villa in December 2013 - an extract about the owner and a reconstruction project (construction work in the villa must be coordinated with the local authorities). In the first document only the surname of the owner is indicated, and in the second - the name, surname and date of birth. All the data and the signature on the documents coincide with the data and the signature of Ocheredny.

According to the OCCPR, the area of the villa is 450 sq. M. M: four bedrooms, a living room and a dining room with access to the terrace, a music room and a billiard room. Surrounds the villa park of 5000 square meters. M with an outdoor pool. In May 2013, Meduza draws attention, Le Figaro Proprietes published an announcement about the sale of the villa, which indicated the price of the villa - from € 6 million to 7 million (cadastral valuation of the cost indicated in the documents for the villa - almost € 5.4 million) .

According to SPARK-Interfax, Ocheretny is the general director of the publishing house Literary Studies and chairman of the board of the Center for the Development of Interpersonal Communications. RBC expects a response from representatives of organizations on the request, whether Ocheretny purchased a villa in France.

In January last year, the publication "Interlocutor" published the material "Lyudmila is no longer Putin. Whose name is now worn by the ex-first lady. " Referring to extracts from Rosreestr, the publication wrote that at the end of August 2016 the apartment belonging to President Putin, his wife and daughters, was transferred to Lyudmila Aleksandrovna Ocheretnaya, whose place and date of birth, and also the name and patronymic coincide with the personal data of the ex-wife of the head of state . This data was later confirmed by the Fund for Combating Corruption of Navalny. The NTV channel, in turn, published material about the alleged new marriage of Lyudmila Putina, which was shown only in the Far East.

Press secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov answering journalists' questions after the publication of "The Interlocutor" in January 2016, declined to comment on the personal life of Lyudmila Putina.

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Vladimir and Lyudmila Putina, married for almost 30 years, announced a divorce in June 2013. The president explained the decision by saying that "not everyone is ready for absolute publicity," which his status implies. In April 2016, on a direct line to the Russian leader asked about his personal life and drew attention to reports in the media about the new marriage of his ex-wife. He said that he sometimes sees Lyudmila Putin, and noted that they have good relations. The president added that his ex-wife "is all right, she is happy with her life".