Abramovich lost his British visa?

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Russian businessman Roman Abramovich was not extended a British visa, reports RIA News the post edition of The Bell.





Two interlocutors of the publication say that Abramovich’s previous visa expired more than three weeks ago, and he wasn’t given a new one,
says the publication.

Sources also told reporters that because of the lack of a visa, “the owner of the London-based Chelsea football club was unable to attend Wembley Stadium in London at the final match of the FA Cup against Manchester United, which his team won with an 1 score: 0 ending the season with a trophy. "

At the same time, another interlocutor of the Internet edition claims that “there was no official refusal to issue a new visa”. According to him, British officials continue to consider the documents of Abramovich, albeit with deadlines.

The resource added that the representatives of the entrepreneur and the Home Office (the UK government department in charge of immigration control) refused to comment on this issue.
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  1. +14
    20 May 2018 16: 45
    Abramovich lost his British visa?
    What a misfortune! : Today it is raining directly from the news about poor Russian oligarchs laughing
    1. +20
      20 May 2018 16: 46
      But he will be welcomed in Chukotka. smile
      1. +6
        20 May 2018 17: 08
        Do not let him ashore in any country .. Let him hang out on his yacht .. Although not. Israel will always accept him ..
        Quote: Hire
        But he will be welcomed in Chukotka. smile
        1. +7
          20 May 2018 17: 11
          Accept. We’ll only agree on investments in solar energy.
          1. +8
            20 May 2018 17: 49
            Quote: Mayr
            Accept. We’ll only agree on investments in solar energy.

            That's for sure, but such a photo of Abramovich will be on the front pages of the media after investing in Israeli solar energy. laughing
            1. +2
              20 May 2018 18: 01
              What is this getting? Just as soon as the whole administration threw 2 pieces (6 bottles of vodka - not khukh-mukhra) to save the starving Deripaska, so now this too? This one is how much is asking?
              1. +1
                20 May 2018 20: 24
                If something was left in the bank (but it was left, otherwise Chelsea would have sold it), then the British will restore the visa. It just hinted to him that we should throw more dirt at Russia. Jumps off.
                1. 0
                  21 May 2018 00: 06
                  he will fire them all
                  1. +1
                    21 May 2018 13: 04
                    Will buy the British Department and dismiss all officials ...
                    And, by the way, he can do it
                    laughing
      2. +2
        21 May 2018 03: 24
        But he will be welcomed in Chukotka.
        You will be surprised, but yes, we will be glad when he finally gets home drinks (by the way, people with nostalgia recall the times of the reign of Governor Abramovich, because he really saved Chukotka after the collapse of 90 years).
        1. +5
          21 May 2018 09: 03
          Quote: 72jora72
          You will be surprised, but still yes

          I won’t be surprised at all. I said this without any irony. hi
    2. +1
      20 May 2018 17: 48
      It's okay, Vekselberg compensated for his losses from sanctions and Roma without backup
      will not remain, and what is a British visa if it does not guarantee: do not try on a scarf in
      bath, do not bite off polonium and smell it with the Novice?
    3. +1
      20 May 2018 18: 04
      Quote: Observer2014
      What a misfortune! :

      Come on ... the main thing here is that he would not have a "Chukchi" visa closed.
  2. +8
    20 May 2018 16: 45
    Voooot is so worried he has a visa or not !? I can’t eat straight. How is he now? Goremyka. crying
  3. +3
    20 May 2018 16: 45
    Russian entrepreneur Roman Abramovich did not extend the British visa, reports RIA Novosti newspaper publication The Bell.

    What, too, to wait for permanent residence in the Russian Federation? It seems that our emigrating oligarchy was not at all comfortable on foggy Albion.
    1. +3
      20 May 2018 16: 55
      I don’t think that he has a collection of citizenship of less than 10 ... Russia in general is an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business.
      1. +5
        20 May 2018 17: 24
        Quote: Mayr
        Russia is generally an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business.

        Why should he be afraid? He has a “Walter” premium from the tax police, actually. feel
        1. 0
          21 May 2018 00: 07
          and whoever awarded them the tax, really ... lol ?
      2. +10
        20 May 2018 17: 35
        Quote: Mayr
        Russia is generally an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business.

        For business, just the most favorable! In whatever Israel this huckster has "earned" so many billions!
        1. +1
          20 May 2018 21: 33
          Quote: Stas157
          In whatever Israel this huckster has "earned" so many billions!

          It was not a business.
      3. +1
        20 May 2018 18: 03
        Russia is generally an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business
        .
        Wow, for Abramovich, Russia is a dangerous place. They will find out in the subway, they can give us by face.
      4. +3
        20 May 2018 18: 33
        Quote: Mayr
        I don’t think that he has a collection of citizenship of less than 10 ... Russia in general is an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business.

        )))))
        And nitsche that in Israel he would pay from 57% of taxes + 30% for a devident, and in Russia he pays 13% for a devident and from 33% of the tax? For life - yes, treatment and education of children abroad, but for him it is not a problem.
        The security of his business is guaranteed by the Guarantor, (sorry for the tautology), and in terms of personal security, this is not a question for him at all.
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        1. -1
          20 May 2018 18: 57
          Quote: Tiksi-3
          Quote: Mayr
          Russia is generally an uncomfortable place for him. For life, and even dangerous for business.

          Well, yes, yes ..... in Moscow, Isil, under Peter Hezbollah .... and in Rostov, the Persians are building an airbase ..... ugh Jews, they are in Africa and Judah (ei)

          Sold a Russian guy for 30 tetrodrams.
          1. +1
            20 May 2018 19: 22
            Quote: Krasnodar
            Sold

            christ !! and his condemned to death ...... Jews - they are everywhere Judah (s)
            1. 0
              20 May 2018 20: 56
              Quote: Tiksi-3
              Quote: Krasnodar
              Sold

              christ !! and his condemned to death ...... Jews - they are everywhere Judah (s)

              But Christ was not a Jew? )))
              The Romans sentenced him to death, handed over to Pilate collaborators under the Church clergy, the Jews removed from the cross, sponsored his brother Jacob (also a Jew) and the apostles (the same Jews) the same Jews. What ensured the emergence of Christianity.
              Read the gospel, teach the story and you will be happy.
              PS The Jews who took Jesus from the cross were called Nimrod and Joseph. They were the richest people in Jerusalem, were in opposition to the Roman collaborators from the Temple Clergy.
              1. +1
                21 May 2018 08: 31
                Quote: Krasnodar
                The Romans sentenced him to death,

                Of course the Romans, only the Jewish Romans - Christ - betrayed and sentenced the Jews !!!
                this is the second time you're trying to tell me fairy tales, leave this for your children and the lost
                1. +1
                  21 May 2018 09: 23
                  Quote: Tiksi-3
                  jewish romans

                  This has never happened. Absolutely all patricians came from Rome, do not compose fairy tales about Jews.
                  1. 0
                    21 May 2018 09: 34
                    Quote: forty-eighth
                    Absolutely all patricians came from Rome

                    do you believe that? laughing
                    1. 0
                      21 May 2018 11: 09
                      More emoticons. Such subtle humor requires a dozen neighing heads. laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing laughing
                      1. 0
                        21 May 2018 11: 42
                        Quote: forty-eighth
                        More emoticons

                        yeah ... I got dirty specifically .... now I will wash a month .....
                        Quote: forty-eighth
                        Absolutely all patricians came from Rome

                        and so for the cerebellum - there’s nothing absolute in the world .... why did you study history? who is author ??.....
            2. +1
              20 May 2018 22: 06
              Quote: Tiksi-3
              Quote: Krasnodar
              Sold

              christ !! and his condemned to death ...... Jews - they are everywhere Judah (s)

              Do not get into our family showdown laughing
              1. -1
                20 May 2018 23: 03
                Quote: Totah155
                Quote: Tiksi-3
                Quote: Krasnodar
                Sold

                christ !! and his condemned to death ...... Jews - they are everywhere Judah (s)

                Do not get into our family showdown laughing

                ))))
                Intraclan - Hasmoneans vs Iroids
  4. +3
    20 May 2018 16: 46
    He lives there. Since 2000
  5. +5
    20 May 2018 16: 46
    But he has an Israeli passport, although it pleases
    1. +2
      20 May 2018 18: 38
      Quote: Е2 - Е4
      But he has an Israeli passport, although it pleases

      if he had an Israeli passport, he would not need a visa to Britain request
      1. 0
        20 May 2018 18: 58
        Quote: kipod
        Quote: Е2 - Е4
        But he has an Israeli passport, although it pleases

        if he had an Israeli passport, he would not need a visa to Britain request

        More than three months of stay is required. For every 180 calendar days, no more than 90 days of stay in the foggy Albion.
        1. +1
          20 May 2018 19: 22
          Well, you make laugh; the Jew does not have an Israeli passport !!! All Jews in Government in Power in Business Have Israeli Passports
          1. +3
            20 May 2018 22: 07
            Envy is not Christian
        2. 0
          20 May 2018 21: 45
          Quote: Krasnodar
          More than three months of stay is required. For every 180 calendar days, no more than 90 days of stay in the foggy Albion.

          Well, I don’t think that he is anymore.
          the question then is that he already can’t enter England.
          that is, he does not have an Israeli passport a priori.
          Yes, and why did he need him? It would be necessary to pay taxes on his investments in Israeli start-ups (and he invested quite a lot) - what the hell is this for?
          1. -1
            20 May 2018 23: 09
            Quote: kipod
            Quote: Krasnodar
            More than three months of stay is required. For every 180 calendar days, no more than 90 days of stay in the foggy Albion.

            Well, I don’t think that he is anymore.
            the question then is that he already can’t enter England.
            that is, he does not have an Israeli passport a priori.
            Yes, and why did he need him? It would be necessary to pay taxes on his investments in Israeli start-ups (and he invested quite a lot) - what the hell is this for?

            Not certainly in that way. In tax Israel, there is such a thing - merkaz hahaim, i.e. the center of the main activity. If you are staying outside of Israel for more than 190 days a year, you are not a tax resident of Israel. But this does not exempt the company in which you invested from paying taxes in the Jewish state, and you will receive an exit agent with 30% calculation. Although if you do everything wisely, this can also be circumvented with less significant costs.
  6. +3
    20 May 2018 16: 51
    You can definitely not worry about this gentleman. lol
  7. HAM
    +5
    20 May 2018 16: 54
    Is the next one under the "newbie" !?
  8. +5
    20 May 2018 17: 02
    Well, I’m not going to sleep, how did Arkasha get offended? laughing
  9. +5
    20 May 2018 17: 07
    Here's the chagrin, the trouble is straightforward ... how are we going to live with it now ... Abramovich’s visa has not been extended ... Outraged to the limit. This is how your m.a.t., I’m sorry to understand .. that we wouldn’t have to give visas .. Eh, Roma, Roma .. Cried when I read this news ... The Britons spat in the homeland, in the person of Abramovich ..
  10. +2
    20 May 2018 17: 34
    They will give him a visa .. They torture him a little, so that he knows that he is "on the hook"))
    will be soft and fluffy
  11. +1
    20 May 2018 17: 49
    And Britain again turned out to be a mischief -
    I did not renew my visa again to Roman Abramovich.
    Even be the owner of Chelsea, even holding Evraz
    You are a simple Russian for London stop oligarch.
    lol
  12. +2
    20 May 2018 17: 54
    I hope this will not be Roma’s last and greatest trouble.
  13. +6
    20 May 2018 17: 57
    Roma Abramovich’s shchimat yes pressed the damned British? I am not sorry for this bastard, and that is to say the least. This oligarch from the high road, if he does not repeat the fate of Drugan-Berezovsky, will rot in some other backyard, but the Russians will not grieve over him.
    1. 0
      21 May 2018 09: 56
      Soon we will have to chip in and help our citizen trapped in dirty Yankees
  14. 0
    20 May 2018 17: 57
    Abramovich lost his British visa?

    "Who did you leave us for !!!!" - cried Chelsea ..
  15. +1
    20 May 2018 18: 07
    If they do not open a visa - let Chelsea give Assad a birthday. It will invigorate the shaving.
  16. +1
    20 May 2018 18: 16
    Well, all Romochka, come back to Anadyr!
  17. 0
    20 May 2018 18: 18
    That’s all nonsense. He has a permanent residence permit in the UK. And do not renew it Yes
  18. +1
    20 May 2018 18: 22
    Looks like they want to take Chelsea from him. crying
  19. 0
    20 May 2018 18: 33
    Maybe Romka ... poisoned the Skripals? ... the Foreign Office and Borka Johnson ... in deep thought.
  20. +2
    20 May 2018 18: 39
    New? yes figs at her and all of them.
  21. +1
    20 May 2018 19: 06
    I just don’t understand, but if Abramovich had been issued an English visa. Would our bread have fallen in price, aluminum or cars were given free of charge for delivery in the food?
    To hell with this news to bring to IN?
  22. +1
    20 May 2018 19: 18
    Well now it will be homeless on your yacht in neutral waters
  23. 0
    20 May 2018 20: 05
    And what, now poor Roma will have to homeless?
  24. 0
    20 May 2018 20: 28
    This news from the category can not be discussed. A visa will be 100% extended to him, and if he asks, he will be issued a passport from Russia to England and not vice versa. They are needed there, or rather, billions of them are needed there.
    1. +1
      20 May 2018 22: 35
      Are you sure this is from the same opera of the British Guardian.
      While Berezovsky was quarreling with the Kremlin under Vladimir Putin, Abramovich maintained good relations with the Russian government. He served as governor, and then as chairman of the legislature in the remote Russian region of Chukotka. He helped build infrastructure at the Sochi Olympics in 2014, which became an important prestige project for the Kremlin. A judge leading a lawsuit in a lawsuit by Berezovsky said that while Abramovich “enjoyed very good relations with Putin and other people in power in the Kremlin,” Berezovsky did not have enough influence to “pull the strings of the president.” He was also spotted on the list of Russian oligarchs allegedly associated with Putin, published by the US Department of the Treasury earlier this year. But the list in Russia was ridiculed as a copy of the list taken from Forbes magazine about all wealthy Russians with a capital of more than $ 1 billion. So he is considered there to be connected with Putin.
      1. 0
        21 May 2018 11: 26
        Money doesn’t smell, I don’t remember where the article flashed that the daughters of GDP live in England, among other things, like the children of many of our “patriots”.
  25. +1
    20 May 2018 22: 23
    Strange news, since the British media in the face of the Guardian.com themselves do not know anything and just refer. Roman Abramovich’s visa to the UK has expired, and the British authorities have not yet issued him a new visa, according to Russian media and also people who know the businessman. In the article "Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is without a UK visa"
  26. 0
    21 May 2018 00: 26
    Abramovich lost his British visa?
    Does it bother anyone here, or want to sympathize? lol wassat
  27. 0
    21 May 2018 11: 53
    Tiksi-3,
    Quote: Tiksi-3

    yeah ... I got dirty specifically .... now I will wash a month .....

    Again, apparently, the Jews are to blame.
    Quote: Tiksi-3
    and so for the cerebellum - there’s nothing absolute in the world .... why did you study history? who is author ??.....

    Why are you interested in?
    1. 0
      21 May 2018 16: 56
      somehow left the topic of Christ Yes

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