Jared Kushner’s Meeting with Sergey Gorkov On December 6, 2016, the Russian Embassy reached out to Kushner
one of his assistants, Avi Berkowitz, meet with Kislyak in his stead.1148 Although embassy ofﬁcial Sergey
during which Kislyak indicated that he wanted Kushner to meet someone who had a direct line to Putin: Sergey
Gorkov, the head of the Russian-government— owned bank Vnesheconombank (VEB). ‘ Kushner agreed to meet
s annexation of Crimea.1153 Kushner did not, however, recall any discussion during his meeting with Gorkov
the meeting and that no one on the Transition Team even did a Google search for Gorkov ’3 name.1155
At the start of the meeting, Gorkov presented Kushner with two gifts: a painting and a bag of soil from
the town in Belarus where Kushner’s family originated.1156 The accounts from Kushner and Gorkov differ
Kushner told the Ofﬁce that the meeting was diplomatic, with Gorkov expressing disappointment with U.S
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Gorkov, Sergey Graff, Rhona Partner at the research and consulting ﬁrm F abrizio, Lee & Associates.
He pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about communications with Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in December
Campaign involved in changes to the Republican party platform and who communicated with Russian Ambassador Sergey
Klokov, Dmitry Kobyakov, Anton Krickovic, Andrej Krylova, Aleksandra Kushner, Jared Kuznetsov, Sergey
Landrum, Pete Lavrov, Sergey Ledeen, Barbara Ledeen, Michael Ledgett, Richard Lewandowski, Corey
Senator Jeff Sessions who attended the September 2016 meeting between Sessions and Russian Ambassador Sergey
for Senator Jeff Sessions; attended a September 2016 meeting between Sessions and Russian Ambassador Sergey
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