The Solomiyanskyi District Court of Kyiv has ordered seizure of real estate belonging to Interior Affairs Minister Arsen Avakov's son Oleksandr and former deputy interior affairs minister Serhii Chebotar. The deputy head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SACPO), Volodymyr Kryvenko, announced this to Ukrainian News Agency. Kryvenko said that courts were still considering requests to authorize seizure of the suspects' assets. According to Kryvenko, none of the requests has thus far been rejected. As Ukrainian News Agency reported, a court rejected a request to authorize arrest of Oleksandr Avakov, Chebotar, and Volodymyr Lytvyn (who owned a fictitious company that supplied backpacks to the Ministry of Interior Affairs) on November 1 in connection with a case involving embezzlement of UAH 14 million when the Ministry of Interior Affairs was purchasing backpacks for the National Guard. The court decided to free them on their own recognizance.