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Portrait Eduard Stavytskyi

Eduard Stavytskyi was a minister between 2012 and 2014: briefly Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources and then Minister of Energy. A police raid shortly after the Ukrainian revolution found $5 million cash, 50 kilograms of gold bars and expensive jewellery in his possession. He has been accused of being involved in the privatisation of the formerly state-owned Mezhyhirya residence to a company linked to Yanukovych. Stavytskyi obtained Israeli citizenship and is belived to reside in Israel, where he uses his grandfather's name Rosenberh. 1, 2, 3


Identifying information
Former Minister of Fuel and Energy
Date of birth
Place of birth
Ukraine, Sumy oblast, Lebedyn
Country of residence
Edward, Edouard Anatoliyovych, Anatoliyovytch, Anatolievich Stavytsky, Stavytskyy, Stavitskiy, Stavitsky, Natan Rozenberh, Rozenberg
First and middle name(s)
Eduard Anatoliyovych
Family members
Anatolii Borysovych Valentyna Hryhorivna (father), Viktoriia Ivanivna Valentyna Hryhorivna (mother), Olena Volodymyrivna Valentyna Hryhorivna (spouse), Stanislav E. Stavytskyi (son), Valentyna Hryhorivna Ushakova (mother-in-law)
Suspected or confirmed links to legal entities


Estimates of assets returned


Type of sanctions
Asset freeze and prohibition to make funds available
Start of sanctions