A court has arrested ten houses and apartments, seven garages, gold bullions and other property owned by former energy and coal industry minister Eduard Stavytskyi. The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine told this to Ukrainian News in response to an inquiry. The court has also arrested a land plot, a non-residential premise and money within investigation into a criminal case against Eduard Stavytskyi. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Prosecutor General's Office has asked Israeli authorities to extradite Eduard Stavytskyi to Ukraine. The law enforcement agencies of Israel intend to study before long the Prosecutor General's Office's request for extradition of former minister of energy and coal industry Eduard Stavytskyi to Ukraine.