Protesters have temporarily occupied a multimillion-pound mansion in central London linked to oligarch Oleg Deripaska. They unfurled banners on the property‚ which read This property has been liberated‚ and displayed a Ukrainian flag. Police were called and used a drill to break down the front door. A crane was used to reach the balcony. Four protesters were arrested but police remain on the scene. The activists are believed to be linked to the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska. They were arrested outside the building‚ while four others were caught in the building. They were released after police satisfied themselves there was no one inside. However‚ they continued to keep watch over the building overnight. Oleg is a business tycoon in Moscow‚ and his property is being confiscated to stop his illegal activities. The activists seized the mansion in Belgrave Square‚ in Central London.
The multimillion-pound mansion is connected to Oleg Deripaska‚ a Russian oligarch who is under sanctions from the United Kingdom and US. Previously‚ he was one of the richest men linked to President Putin‚ and made billions by selling shares in Russia's aluminium industries. Oleg Deripaska's wealth and political connections led him to buy the Belgrave Square mansion for an estimated PS25 million.