Skip to comments.Ex-Russian Chess Champ Kasparov Granted Croatian Citizenship
Posted on 03/02/2014 8:45:51 PM PST by BlueDragon
Former world chess champion Garry Kasparov, born Garik Kimovich Weinstein, the head of a pro-democracy group in his native Russia, was granted Croatian citizenship.
Kasparov reportedly became a Croatian citizen last week after applying for citizenship in early February. He owns a home in Croatia and speaks the language, according to reports.
The founder and chairman of United Civil Front is a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Kasparov was arrested and beaten by police in 2012, and spent several days in jail, according to The Guardian newspaper.
Read more at: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/ex-russian-chess-champ-kasparov-granted-croatian-citizenship/2014/03/02/
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For For 250,000 Euros one can buy Hungarian citizenship, but possibly need to speak the language and have some blood relation.
For 5 million Euros deposit in a Cyproit bank for three years on fixed terms, or under other condition which can equal or exceed that amount, can be obtained citizenship in Cyprus...but may encounter wealthy Russians there -- who could be grumpy for having lost large amounts of money when Cyprus went bankrupt last year. ;^')
For less one can obtain citizenship of Portugal and Spain. I think...
One of those if I ever hit a mega lottery jackpot possibilities http://flagtheory.com/5-passport-updates-brand-new-citizenship-by-investment-option/
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Croatia is the last place that I, as a Jew, would want to live. Too many Utashi-type folks around. Remember the 1990s?
Was a rough neighborhood then. Not one of my own picks for then, now, or any other day.
The chess master may do ok, if someone doesn't take him for ransom or something?
If anyone does try to kidnap him, I hope for their sake they don’t try to move him around from place to place, like, two blocks north and one block east, or diagonally.
that checked out pretty good
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