Vladimir Yevtushenkov Russian Billionaire Flew US Penalties
Why Russian tycoon Vladimir Yevtushenkov, a millionaire who recently owned Sistema, an engineering corporation that makes drones, has eluded US sanctions has been a riddle.
Sanctions imposed by the UK compelled Yevtushenkov to give up the leadership of Sistema in March. Following the UK penalties, Vladimir gave his son a 10% interest, Reuters said.
But the Russian millionaire eluding the US sanctions has raised eyebrows.
Putin-affiliated Vladimir Yevtushenkov appears unaffected, according to EU Reporter. A list of 200 corrupt businesses and politicians was released by the Kremlin Report. Previously worth $9 billion, he was Russia’s 15th richest man, according to Forbes Magazine.
“His Sistema Group firm Kronshtadt is alleged to be delivering Orion drones to Russian forces,” the paper stated. Even in his London residence, he has received demonstrations.
“Cars beep in support as protesters chant ‘Blood money, out of London!'” Svitlana Pyrkalo reported. And 7 Holland Park Mews. Sistema Group makes Russian military combat drones. “Banned.”
But a new Daily Mail exclusive story explains why Vladimir Yevtushenkov is sanctioned in the UK but not in the US.
Close to Vladimir Putin, Hunter Biden traveled to Moscow to meet with a sanctioned Russian tycoon, according to laptop data.
He is one of a handful of oligarchs who remain un-sanctioned by the Biden government, the Mail adds.
A worrisome network of ties to Putin-linked mega-rich individuals has surfaced from Hunter’s abandoned laptop, the study said.
Apparently, in 2012 and 2013, the president’s son and his business associates were chasing Yevtushenkov for financial investment.
According to documents obtained by Vicky Ward, Yevtushenkov planned to visit America from March 12 to 15.
Breakfast with Hunter Biden at the Ritz-Carlton in New York on March 14th [Becker News verifies] then a three-hour…