- Candidate Maxim Gekov has submitted a revised declaration for the position of deputy director – head of the department for interactions with residents (Kharkiv Reforms Office).
- In the Unified State Register of Declarations, the corresponding declaration has been published.
- The amended document does not reveal the intangible assets that Maxim Gekov previously disclosed – the Ethereum cryptocurrency, valued at UAH 1,269,999.
A candidate for the position of deputy director – head of the department for interaction with residents (contact center) of the municipal institution “Kharkiv Reforms Office” 22-year-old Maxim Gekov submitted a revised declaration.
In the amended document, Maxim Gekov does not indicate the intangible assets that he previously reported – the Ethereum cryptocurrency, valued at UAH 1,269,999. The corresponding declaration has been published in the Unified State Register of Declarations.
Let us remind you that Maksim Gekov is a member of the “Kernes Bloc – Successful Kharkiv” party. He graduated from the Korotychansky Lyceum, since 2014 he has been studying at the National Law University named after Yaroslav the Wise. On November 30, he submitted a declaration of a candidate to the Kharkiv Reform Office.
Gekov declared an annual business income of UAH 266,630, savings of $ 20,000, UAH 19,695, UAH 28,421, UAH 300,000, as well as the Ethereum cryptocurrency, valued at UAH 1,269,999 (from 2018).
The candidate for the position of deputy director of the Kharkiv Reform Office has a joint property with his parents – a house in the village of Korotych of the Kharkiv region, and an apartment in the village of Pesochin, which belongs to his father, is also declared. Gekov drives a 2001 BMW 318I.
As KHARKIV Today wrote, in the spring of 2021, the Kharkiv Reform Office was headed by Pavel Stolbovoy.
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