Vladimir Putin owns 58 jets and four yachts

Vladimir Putin owns 58 jets and four yachts:

 Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin

A new report of the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, suggests he has 58 airplanes and helicopters in use, has a collection of watches worth $600,000 and relaxing in over 20 palaces and country retreats.  Mr. Putin uses an Ilyushin jet with a cabin worth about $160 million, including a bathroom that has finishes of real gold and $75,000 sink. He also has at his disposal 4 yachts worth millions of dollars. Boris Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister, concluded that the existence of Putin “is comparable to that of the Persian Gulf monarchs or outrageous oligarch.” It was also noted that the reported income of Putin in 2011 was $120,000. The report noted that according to his official reported income we cannot begin to explain how Mr. Putin acquired all these items. The Russian leader, 59, has often played the poor card of his terrible youth to gain the popular support. He once described how, as a child, he had to beat aside rats with a stick at the entrance to his parent’s apartment in a St. Petersburg communal house.

 

3 responses to “Vladimir Putin owns 58 jets and four yachts

  1. We’re talking about a RUSSIAN president here. His secrets will never be revealed. Russia works on bribes as a primary business netogiation tool. To me, it comes at no surprise that he has so many “toys”.

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