: Yatsenyuk almost doubles his earnings in 2015

14:59 Apr. 1, 2016

Yatsenyuk almost doubles his earnings in 2015

Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk during his meeting with Prime Minister of Turkey Ahmet Davutoglu. (Getty Images)

Revenues of Ukrainian Prime Minister have grown almost in two times

According to the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers, this amount includes salary during his tenure (UAH 81,721), interest on bank deposits (UAH 1.240 million), as well as income from the lease of real estate – UAH 600,000 and other income – UAH 44,229 (replacement of warranty parts of the car).

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The amount of funds in bank accounts of the prime minister, including accrued interest and an increase in the exchange rate difference, totals almost UAH 18,243, and the amount of contributions to the share capital of the company totals UAH 24,975.

At the same time, the total income of his wife amounted to UAH 1.134 million in 2015. Her bank accounts have another UAH 3.344 million.

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According to the declaration of income, Yatsenyuk is the owner of the land area of 3,000 square meters, an apartment house and garage with total area of 343.5 square meters, three apartments with a total area of 342 square meters and a garden house with an area of 114.5 square meters.

Yatsenyuk also owns Mercedes S of 2010 release, and his wife owns Range Rover of 2012 release.

Reporting by UNIAN


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