In the capital of Ukraine they intend to open a casino in the House of Trade Unions
According to the information of several authoritative Ukrainian media, a large gambling establishment. A large poker club, slot machine halls and rooms for VIP clients are planned to be organized on the territory of the Kyiv House of Trade Unions.
According to local journalists, these gambling facilities will occupy a very impressive area. The tenants, according to preliminary information, have already agreed on all the plans and details of this project, having concluded a lease agreement for 10 years with the owners of the building.
According to the person who introduced himself as "manager", the entrance to the poker club will be limited, minors and suspicious persons will not be able to play here. He also confirmed that separate closed areas for VIP clients will be equipped in the building. They will be served by "their" people.
Representatives of the future gambling establishment indicated that all bets both in poker and in slot machine halls will be accepted exclusively for real money, no electronic payments are provided. 682
However, Grigoriy Osovoy, chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine, and Sergey Efimenko, president of the All-Ukrainian Sports Poker Federation, denied the information that the new club intends to accept bets for cash. In addition, Osovoy admitted that obtaining permission to open such a gambling establishment in a prestigious area of Kyiv became possible due to “a change in the political situation.”
It is important to note another fact: in 2018, a worldwide network of fast KFC planned to open its restaurant, but due to the negative reaction of activists, this project was closed. Public organizations hope that in the current situation it is possible to cancel the opening of a gambling establishment by going to court. They point out the illegality of the actions of tenants who grossly violate the current legislation of Ukraine.
Recall that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraineapproved financing of the social sphere from the sale of casino licenses.