The great-niece of the famous director denied statements by some media about the fate of Roman Viktyuk's elite apartment. It is reported by "Komsomolskaya Pravda".
Earlier, the media reported that a two-room apartment on Tverskaya near the Kremlin and the State Duma could go to the Moscow authorities. A relative of Roman Viktyuk stressed that the apartment was privatized with all the relevant documents.
“Roman Grigorievich's heirs are still two of his sisters - Christina and Danuta. These are my grandmothers. Not yet six months have passed since the day of his death, so we do not know what the size of the inheritance is. It's not a quick process,”the woman explained.
According to rough estimates, the director's housing costs about fifty million rubles. At one time, the apartment belonged to Stalin's son and grandson. Viktyuk got it thanks to the efforts of the actor Mikhail Ulyanov.
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