The father will pay for the decided war. The list of 200 newcomers approved by the European Union includes Vladimir Putin’s two daughters, Maria Vorontsova and Katarina Dikonova, whose list is due to be approved on Thursday. Parallel to the vote on new sanctions against Russia, Including a halt to Russian coal purchases. Maria Vorontsova and Katarina Dikonova’s assets were also cleared in the United States.
Maria Vorontsova, 36, and Katerina Tikhonova, 35, are married to Vladimir Putin, whose divorce was announced in 2013 by the Russian president. Information about them is seldom filtered. Like their father, Vladimir Putin’s daughters protect their privacy. Very few photos of the two young women, especially Katrina Dikonova, are available on the databases of magazine companies.
Maria Vorontsova, expert in the field of health
Maria Vorontsova, a senior pediatric endocrinologist, is one of the leaders in the health sector, especially in the fight against cancer, a leading investment project company, Nomenko. Maria Vorontoza was allowed in because the company provides “substantial sources of income” to the Russian government, justifying the EU.
Maria Vorontsova married Dutch businessman Jorid Fossen. In 2014, Russian-backed separatists blamed after MH 17 crashOf these, 183 Dutch died, and the couple had to flee the Netherlands, where they lived, under pressure from local authorities and residents.
Katarina Dikonova, head of a support fund
Katrina Dikonova, an expert in mechanical science, serves on the Science Council of Moscow State University and is the head of InnoPratika, a fund that supports young Russian scientists. According to the EU document, it was established by companies of leaders of “close oligarchy members” close to Putin, thus justifying these sanctions.
Until 2018, Katerina Tikhonova was married to Kirill Nikolayevich Chamalov, a wealthy businessman who had already been targeted by Western sanctions and was an economic adviser to the government. He is the son of Vladimir Putin’s closest friend. His villa in Fiarritz, Recently targeted by activists Ukraine opposes war.
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