May 18, 2022

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The secret Putin family in Switzerland?

The United States and Britain have announced sanctions, including travel bans and property freezes on Putin’s two daughters, Maria Vorontsova and Katerina Putin. They were appointed by the Russian state. But he also has other children … in Switzerland.

A thick mask covers his family relationships and his love affairs.

In 2002, the Russian media named him Putin Aksana Fedorova used her influence to win the Miss Universe title. The competition then went to Donald Trump. Last year, when she won the Miss Russia title, media outlets already indicated that Putin had intervened to achieve her victory.

In 2013, Putin announced his divorce from his wife, Lyudmila Shkrebneva, whom he had been married to for 30 years. He is said to have split up due to his mistress Alina KabivaOne of the most decorated women in the history of rhythmic gymnastics: two Olympic medals and 14 medals at the World Championships.

Alina Kabeva in 2000

REUTERS / Yves Herman

Alina Kabeva in 2000

After Lyodmila and Aksana, Alina

When she became deputy from his party in the State Duma in 2008, rumors began circulating that Putin was linking Putin with someone 30 years older than her. National, $ 10.5 million salary per year. His mother received a luxury apartment from Gazprom, a Russian government agency. Opposition leader Alexis Navalny, who is serving a prison sentence, said Putin had secretly married a former Olympic gymnast.

Unlike other members of Putin’s inner circle, Alina Kabeva was not granted. Putin is believed to have lived in Switzerland with her four children since 2019, when she last appeared in Russia. Information that this couple has twinsHe is believed to have been born near Lugano in February 2015 and has two sons who were also born in Switzerland.

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The Swiss Federal Council has frozen the assets of a list of people in Putin’s entourage. However, Alina Kabeva and Putin’s four children, who hold Swiss passports, are not.

Swiss investigation into Putin

The petition launch site Change.org, which has more than 300 million users, has placed an online petition demanding the expulsion of Alina Kabeva from Switzerland. With 73,356 signatures, it has reached 75,000. This makes it one of the most signed on Change.org!

In a petition posted online by Russians, Ukrainians and Belarusians, she asked Swiss authorities to investigate her acquisition of Swiss citizenship and why she was not subject to sanctions.

According to Switzerland, they should also be interested in the sources of funds used to purchase their luxury residence in this country. The authors of the petition conclude their sentence by urging Switzerland: “Reunite Eva Bran with her F్యూhrer!”