The Russian billionaire’s assets worth 105 million euros were frozen.
Within the framework“>work of the sanctions imposed by the European Union due to Russia’s war on Ukraine in Italy, the assets on the villa worth 105 million euros, owned by Russian billionaire Dmitry Arkadievich Mazepin and his son, Formula 1 pilot Nikita Mazepin, were frozen.
In the statement made by the Italian Financial Police (Guardia di Finanza), it was stated that the property of the house with a value of 105 million euros near the city of Olbia on the island of Sardinia was frozen, after the investigations confirmed that it belonged to the Mazepin family.
The contract of Nikita Mazepin, who competed in the Haas team in Formula 1 last year, was extended at the beginning of this year, but his contract was terminated due to the war launched by Russia against Ukraine.
In Italy, the assets of 143 million euros in total belonging to 5 Russian billionaires, who are on the EU’s sanction list and who are known to be close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, were purchased on March 5, and another Russian oligarch Andrey Melnichenko’s 530 million euros. His luxury yacht “Sy A” was seized on 12 March.