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Michael Chernoy: I invite Roman Abramovich and Boris Berezovski to move to Israel


Focus news agency

An interview with Michael Chernoy, former Russian oligarch, was published today in the pullout of Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronot. Chernoy says that the Israeli police have ruined his business and have turned him in a persona non grata across the world.
Chernoy describes his feelings for Israel with a simple example: "When the football match Israel vs Russia was over, I was the only one in the VIP-box, who expressed his joy of the unexpected victory of the Israeli team."
"I do not intend to move from Israel to London, where Boris Berezovski and Roman Abramovich already live. On the contrary, I want them to move to live in Israel," Chernoy says.
Three months ago, a special commission submitted at the Israeli Interior Ministry a secret recommendation, according to which all restrictions against Mr. Chernoy should be lifted and his travel passport should be handed back to him. This recommendation came after a team of lawyers submitted to the commission documents from different countries, including Russia, Uzbekistan, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Ukraine, certifying that Mr. Chernoy had not committed crimes in the territories of these countries.
The information was spread by the e-issue of news.ru.
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