The fleet of domestic stars and officials is one of those things that arouses genuine interest in most of our fellow citizens. While some celebrities and statesmen prefer to choose something more modest, others are chic on a grand scale. Not so long ago, a new prime minister was appointed in Russia. It was Mikhail Mishustin. It's time to find out what cars are in his garage.
Most recently, the prime minister has been replaced in Russia. Dmitry Medvedev resigned, and Mikhail Mishustin was appointed in his place - a personality not very well known to most ordinary fellow citizens. Mishustin's history as a public figure began in the 1990s, when he headed the International Computer Club, a non-profit organization. The current prime minister got into public service in 1998. He left her for a short time at the end of the 2000s and became an entrepreneur, but in April 2010 he returned to the state apparatus and was appointed head of the Federal Tax Service.
Surely many are interested in what is interesting and material behind the soul of the new prime minister, but we will only talk about cars. Fortunately, the FTS website retains information about Mishustin's income in the form of a tax return. Despite the fact that the Mishustins' family has a very solid annual income, the new prime minister is not very chic. The last time he declared his cars was in 2010. At the same time, the declaration for 2018 contains information that Mikhail himself earned 18,993,447 rubles, and his wife - 47,708,688 rubles.
Almost all cars declared by Mikhail Mishustin are registered to his wife. However, all this does not negate the fact that the prime minister himself can use the machines. The only personal car of our hero is Mercedes-Benz S500. However, there are no details in the declaration. The car got into the documents at the Federal Tax Service in 2010, so it can be assumed that it is quite old. On the other hand, the S500 is still a solid and luxurious executive sedan.
At the same time, Mikhail's wife owns a whole car park! In 2010, his wife owned a Nissan X-Trail, Kia Cerato and SsangYong Kyron. In 2013, Nissan was sold, as was Kia. Instead, the Volkswagen Tiguan appeared. There is reason to believe that since 2014, the official got rid of his personal car, preferring it to an official one. This is because the S500 is no longer listed on the declaration. Also in 2018, Ford Kuga began to appear in the declaration (addressed to his wife).
It is also worth noting that the wife of Mikhail Mishustin in 2014 was included in the Forbs list, dedicated to the richest spouses of Russian officials. The prime minister himself also made it to the ranks. In 2010, he was among the top 3 richest Russian statesmen.
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