German authorities steal three Munich apartments belonging to Russian Duma member and family

[Editor’s note] This site does not keep a record of all unlawful seizures, regardless of the owners, as these are well documented elsewhere. However, the article mentions prosecutors in Munich and Munich has been prolific in anti-Russian actions.

20th June

Prosecutors in Munich said the Duma lawmaker and his wife — identified only as L. and K. respectively in line with German privacy rules — jointly own two of the apartments in the Bavarian city, and continued to earn money from rent on the properties in violation of sanctions. The bank account that was seized receives monthly rental payments of around 3,500 euros ($3,670), according to prosecutors.

Associated Press, available at https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukraine-politics-germany-european-union-5cc4f5ab90d8fb6209d83f8a54acc0f6

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Banning Russian music begins

28th February

Valery Gergiev banned from his role as principal conductor of Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, suspended from Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, removed from an opera at La Scala, for refusing to condemn the Russian invasion. Reuters and international press

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