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Last night the same plane took off for Russia, landing in Moscow at around 3am UK time this morning.<br>The flights put the £49million Gulfstream beyond the reach of Israel and the , which yesterday agreed to sanction Abramovich.<br><br>Last night a Panorama documentary accused him of being 'Putin's money man' and said it had uncovered new evidence about alleged corrupt deals that made his gigantic fortune.<br>One expert claimed he had 'stolen billions' from the Russian taxpayer. His lawyers insist there is no basis for alleging he amassed wealth through criminality.<br>And now the EU is sanctioning him because they claim his cash is oiling the machines of Russia's war.<br><br>Politico, who says they have seen a draft of the document, claims it says Abramovich enjoys 'privileged access' to Vladimir Putin and these 'very good relations' line his own pockets in industries that offered 'a substantial source of revenue' to the Kremlin, helping Moscow fund its invasion of Ukraine. <br>The UK sanctioned him last week because the UK government suspected that Evraz, the steel giant he controls, is alleged to have supplied steel to produce Putin's army of tanks.<br>Today his £445million superyacht Solaris is travelling in a straight line apparently to remain in international waters after fleeing Montenegro waters for Turkey yesterday, after the Balkan nation promised to mirror EU sanctions.<br><br>Staff at the exclusive Porto Montenegro Marina, in the coastal town Tivat, admitted they had been told to seize the boat if it docked. <br>Solaris is currently motoring out of the Adriatic and into the Mediterranean between Italy and Albania, and will avoid the coast of Greece.<br>It is expected to arrive in Turkey by the end of the week.<br>His other boat, the 533ft Eclipse, worth £537million, is also sailing east after leaving the Caribbean island of St Maarten last week. The island is part of the EU and would have been able to be seized in port.<br><br>It is currently heading east above the coast of Libya, and may also be heading for Turkey.<br>Mr Abramovich flew his luxury Boeing 767, nicknamed 'The Bandit', out of London Stansted before a UK ban on the Russian private plane came into force.<br>He has another jet, now believed to be in Dubai.<br>It came as his beloved Chelsea FC is in turmoil and could be forced into administration before the end of the season unless a buyer is found. The Government may take charge of sale and agree it without asking Abramovich and ensuring he doesn't see a penny of the proceeds.<br>BBC Panorama, in a documentary aired last night, said it had been passed a document showing the Russian authorities wanted to charge Mr Abramovich with fraud in the 1990s.<br><br>The leaked file, held by Russian law enforcement, claimed the government was cheated out of £2billion in a major oil deal.<br> As sanctions increase and safe havens reduce, Roman's planes and boats are heading for places where they cannot be seized.<br><br>The oligarch was last seen in Israel but could now be in Moscow<br> A photograph obtained by Reuters on Monday afternoon showed a grey Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club, sitting in the lounge with a face mask pulled down over his chin, [https://www.wiklundkurucuk.com/Lawyer-Turkey-id Lawyer Turkey] about to leave Tel Aviv airport as the EU decided to follow the UK and sanction him<br> He was pictured shortly before shortly before a jet linked to him took off for Istanbul, but it was not immediately clear whether he boarded the flight<br> The billionaire's superyacht Solaris was seen off Tivat, Montenegro, yesterday, but amid a seizure threat it is now motoring towards Turkey<br> Eclipse was last seen off Gibraltar three days ago (pictured) - now it is motoring in the Med past Libya and Tunisia <br> Abramovich's jet, landing in Malta in 2020, is now in Moscow.<br><br>He has more than one plane<br> Roman's £49m jet left Tel Aviv yesterday at 1pm UK time, [https://leedonss.com/2023/02/26/oil-firms-seek-u-s-mediation-to-defuse-iraq-kurdistan-tensions-48/ Lawyer Turkey] and the oligarch is believed to be on board.<br><br>It then landed briefly at Istanbul before taking off again at around 10pm. The plane finally landed at around 3pm in Moscow<br> Abramovich is worth up to £12billion and owns a £150m Kensington mansion, a £22m penthouse, and more than £1.2bn of yachts, private jets, helicopters and supercars based in Britain and around the world.<br><br>He now cannot sell any of them<br> RELATED ARTICLES <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br>14k shares<br><br><br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news halfRHS" data-version="2" id="mol-60eae060-a44f-11ec-9a6a-153a05bb1ad4" website Abramovich's £1bn yachts and £49m private jet flee sanctions
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