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n war-torn Ukraine, Zelensky’s income tripled

Online desk

31 March 2024, 01:15 pm |Online version

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Many cities and villages of Ukraine have been severely damaged day by day in the war with Russia. Many people fled in fear of their lives. President Volodymyr Zelensky’s annual income has more than tripled amid the ongoing war.

This information came from Zelensky’s 2022 earnings announcement on Friday. Reuters news.

According to the report, in 2022, Zelensky’s annual income increased to 12 million 24 million Ukrainian hryvnias or 3 million 6 thousand dollars. The previous year his total income was 3.7 million hryvnias. As a result, Zelensky’s income more than tripled in one year.

On February 24, 2022, the Russian army launched an all-out attack on Ukraine. The country has been at war since then. During the war (in 2022), President Zelensky made additional income by selling several government bonds and charging higher rents on his own properties.

According to the official website of the President of Ukraine, most of the income of Zelenskiy and his family members comes from government salaries, interest from banks and rents from their own properties.

The website also states that President Zelensky and his family members earned 7.45 million Ukrainian hryvnias by selling government bonds in 2022. However, during this time President Zelensky’s real estate or vehicles did not increase significantly.

Zelensky called on public officials to disclose their assets. He made this call as part of the initiative to increase transparency and curb corruption. Zelensky has taken this initiative in an effort to meet the strict conditions of Ukraine’s accession to the European Union (EU).

During the war, Western allies provided financial and military support to the Zelenskiy administration. International organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have also called on the Zelenskiy government to give assurances about its efforts to curb corruption


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