Gordon recorded an interview with Kolomoisky in Israel

Photo: Rostislav Gordon / Gordonua.com

Today on the YouTube channel of journalist, the founder of the Internet edition “GORDON” Dmitry Gordon “Gordon” will be released all three parts of an interview with businessman Igor Kolomoisky.

As told by “GORDON” the journalist, the interview was recorded last week in the Israeli city of Herzliya, where he now lives a billionaire. The interview lasted 2 hours and 20 minutes.

The first part of this interview is online on the channel “visiting Gordon”:

VIDEOVideo: Dmitry Gordon / YouTube

The second part will be released at 21: 45:

VIDEOVideo: the house of Gordon / YouTube

Third – 22.30:

VIDEOVideo: the house of Gordon / YouTube

“Interview with Igor Valeryevich was unforgettable, like Igor… He’s beautiful! There was no subject that he did not wish to speak. Yes, he could not give complete answers, but it is his right! No questions to which he would respond: “No! I do not want.” He talked about everything. And the questions were uncomfortable,” so live NewsOne Gordon described his conversation with the businessman.

In an interview Kolomoisky said:

  • who, in his opinion, will become President of Ukraine;
  • whether showman Vladimir Zelenskiy, which sociologists call one of the leaders of the presidential race, his project.
  • why not the likes of President Petro Poroshenko;
  • for some reason, moved to Israel and when I return to Ukraine;
  • about his relationship with other major Ukrainian businessmen Rinat Akhmetov, Dmitry Firtash and Victor Pinchuk.

The text version of the interview will be published on the website of “GORDON” in the coming days.

Kolomoisky is one of the richest Ukrainians, co-owner of group “Privat”. According to the magazine “New time”, with a fortune of $1.6 billion, he is ranked fifth in the ranking of the wealthiest citizens of Ukraine. After the revolution of dignity, in 2014-2015, Kolomoisky headed the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration, but because of conflict with the leadership of the state left this position and moved abroad. Now lives in Switzerland and Israel. Last time in Ukraine, he said, was in the summer of 2017.