Former Russian billionaire died in France

In Antibe (Cote d’Azur of France), a former Russian billionaire, co-founder of the once largest Don-Stroy developer Dmitry Zelenov, died, reports Baza Telegram channel.

The telegram channel became aware that on December 9 Zelenov was visiting Antiba at a dinner with friends. Already after midnight he left the guests, he felt sick on the stairs. Dmitry fell over the railing, hitting his head in the flat. The ambulance arrived five minutes later and took Zelenov to intensive care. On the morning of December 10, the police told Dmitry’s friends that he had died without consciousness.

It is known that shortly before the death of Zelenov, surgery on the vessels was performed: there were problems with the heart.

Dmitry Zelenov was a co-owner of the Don-Stroy Group of Companies-one of the largest Moscow developers of the late 90s and early 2000s. The company was the first to build elite and high -altitude residential complexes in Moscow. For several years, Zelenov was included in the list of Russian billionaires forbes, but after the financial crisis of 2008 he was forced to pay for debts with his partner.