The United States is preparing to capture the spacecraft 'Amedia' ($ 325 million).

The United States is preparing to capture the spacecraft ‘Amedia’ ($ 325 million).

Many super boats have already been captured in Europe, but the United States also wants to get involved – just like the conflicts affecting the West. U.S. officials have been targeting Super Boat Amadea for some time, but first they need to prove that it actually belongs to a Russian oligarchy.

Amid speculation over the ownership of the luxury Amedia spacecraft, the air was blown away by a Fiji court ruling in favor of the United States. The report acknowledges that the boat is owned by Suleiman Kerimov, a member of the Federation Council of Russia, an investor in state-owned companies such as Gazprom and Sberbank, and a major shareholder (76%) in Polyus, Russia’s largest gold mining company.

Suleiman Kerimov

Kerimov represents Dagestan in the autonomous Russian Republic, the ‘Land of the Mountains’, and a close confidante of President Vladimir Putin. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Fiji has joined the global condemnation of Russia’s occupation of Ukraine, eager to cooperate in sanctions against the Kremlin and its allies.

Like many super boats, it is difficult to determine who they really belong to due to the shady construction of trust funds and empty companies. On paper, this super boat is listed in the Cayman Islands and is owned by Millemarin Investments Limited, an investment firm owned by Kerimov.

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Kerimov has made headlines in the past. In 2011, he bought Russian football club Anzji Makhachkala, brought in players such as Mbark Boussoufa, Real Madrid legend Roberto Carlos, PSV’s Balázs Dzsudzsák and Internazionale’s Samuel Eto’o, in which he sold the surplus two years later. .

In 2017, he was arrested by French police on suspicion of tax evasion, while the business magazine Forbes estimated his net worth at $ 13.7 billion at the time of writing, making him one of Russia’s richest men.

If America wins on its boat a dent may soon occur. According to the US government, the Russian was convicted of malicious acts around the world and as a result he ended up on a permit list in April 2018.

106 meters long Amedia

According to Reuters, the Fiji Supreme Court has ruled that Amadia should be ordered to register the US capture. The 106-meter boat was built in 2017 by German shipyard Lursen and is currently parked at Laudoka Wharf in Fiji. Amedia Uber-luxurious and features rare woods, outdoor cinema, gym, helipad, 10-meter infinity pool and ski ceiling with 2,000 fiber optic cables in the owner’s package.

It is therefore described as “one of the most unique and exclusive super keyboards in the world, with a very well-maintained secret structure and interior”.

The Russians are doing everything they can to prevent seizures. Former Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has sent two of his boats to Turkey, and many are currently anchored where there are no deportation agreements.

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