Arkady Rottenberg, Putin’s former Judo ally, claims ownership of the Black Sea Palace

Rottenberg said it bought the palace two years ago.

“It will no longer be a secret. I am a beneficiary. It is a complex asset, with many debtors, I was able to become a beneficiary,” he added.

On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin denied that he was the owner of a luxury Black Sea mansion, following allegations made by Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

The Russian president issued the statement two days after unprecedented nationwide protests demanding the release of Alexei Navalny.

The mobilization of these demonstrations was broadcast by an investigation by Alexei Navalny, in which Russian President Vladimir Putin is accused of building a palace on the shores of the Black Sea.

The film has been viewed more than 100 million times since Alexei Navalny returned to Russia on January 17 after a five-month recovery in Germany, where he was found drunk with a noviciov type neurotoxic agent, behind whom he blames the Kremlin leader.

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