Telephone interventions of the ‘Voloh case’ describe a meeting between the then Catalan President and Russian representatives who wanted to make Catalonia another Switzerland.
- Courts Carles Puigdemont meets with an envoy of Vladimir Putin at his official home before the unilateral declaration of independence
At the end of October 2020, when the famous ‘Kaiso Voloh’ who investigates a supposed conspiracy to finance the libertarians, ran BlagicaIn addition to an alleged influence to obtain private business, Barcelona’s Court of Instruction No. 1 argued that on October 27, 2017, a few days before the unilateral declaration of independence (DUI), representatives of Russia met with the then President . carles puigdemont To offer him 10,000 soldiers and pay off the Catalan debt with cryptocurrency in exchange for the permissive law that would turn Catalonia into a new Switzerland.
According to the telephone recorded audio of the former head of international relations for Convergncia victor teradelasInvestigated by the same court for allegedly diverting public funds from the Barcelona Provincial Council, Puigdemont “crap in his pants” and rejected the offer. The judge believes that Teradellus, who testifies next Wednesday, was Carles Puigdemont’s negotiator with Russia amid the independence process and studied the creation of a cryptocurrency platform to guarantee Catalonia’s “financial stability” had gone.
The investigation by the OCCRP Media Consortium, in which ‘El Periodico’ participated, has made it possible to identify the Russian envoy who met with Puigdemont in Barcelona on October 26, 2017. He was Nikolay Sadovnikov, Businessman with several companies in Red Square, and who was presented as Putin’s ‘messenger’ to Catalan authorities. According to this association, Sadovnikov is a very close person to Putin and has sometimes acted informally on behalf of the Kremlin.
However, investigators believe that his presence in Barcelona was more a response to the desire of some middlemen, who sought to receive money from members of the government in exchange for alleged Russian support, as it was hardly credible. Kremlin Provide soldiers to the libertarians. Nor can it be denied that Putin took advantage of separatist desires to destabilize Europe with this meeting, which ended without results. Sadovnikov assured the union that he did not know the person he had met because he did not speak Spanish and was only going to visit a friend in Barcelona. He also denied having ties with the Russian government.
What is clear is that a section of the independence movement raised its chest at a time of maximum tension with the state. Teradellus, in recorded conversations with former CDC chief David Madd and former ERC minister Javier Vendrell in May 2018, contacted a “Russian group” believed to be led by Sadovnikov to create a cryptocurrency platform. Allowed to finance independent Catalonia and that is why he met Puigdemont. Teradelas confirmed that at the meeting he offered to “keep ten thousand soldiers and pay all Catalan debts” to Puigdemont, but that the former president is “going to reduce a les cals” (in Spanish: “he will be in his underpants”. I’m bullshit”). This Russian group wanted to “make Catalonia a country like Switzerland”.
For this reason, Barcelona’s Court of Inquiry No. 1 held that “Russia would have offered Carles Puigdemont support to move 10,000 troops to Catalonia. Had he accepted, the events would have probably been tragic.” and would have triggered an armed conflict with the State with an indefinite number of deaths”. When Tardales was arrested from the Barcelona Provincial Council for allegedly diverting funds for a CDC-related foundation, which was the starting point for ‘Voloh’, he traveled to Russia to continue speaking with the group. planned to do.
One of the branches of the Inquisition is in addition to the support of this Russian group into the alleged financing of Freedom through cryptocurrencies. According to the intervening conversations, the Terradelas assured that they “wanted to put a person on the first level” and were “willing to invest between $100 and $300 million in communications issues that Wendrell, Mad and Jaime Roars, were being jointly carried out by the General. Director of MediaPro”. Even Vendrell came to express his “concern” because he was “under surveillance by the secret services” and wanted to “guarantee maximum security so that relations with Russia would not be crossed”, it is known. Long before that his mobile phone was infected with Pegasus. ,
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