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“In Russia, human life has the highest value”: Vladimir Putin’s daughter offers disturbing interview

Putin's daughter Maria Vorontsova

Valdimir Putin’s daughter Maria Vorontsova works as a health care provider

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Vladimir Putin’s eldest daughter, Maria Vorontsova, gave a shock interview: about poetry, hobbies and sports activities. Her phrases a couple of Russia that may be a “people-oriented society” sound like a mockery.

Maria Vorontsova, 38, daughter of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin, utters well-sounding sentences, albeit surprisingly picket and much from plausible: “Russia is a people-oriented society.” “For us, the value of human life is the highest value.” “I dream that people have the opportunity to know themselves so that we can all understand each other better and communicate better.”

Vladimir Putin’s daughter makes a uncommon look

Vorontsova mentioned these fastidiously chosen phrases in an especially uncommon public look for an interview with a non-profit group. The dialog apparently passed off in mid-December, which is now reported by the information website “Agentstvo”. The Russian president has up to now solely spoken not directly about his youngsters, and nothing has been heard from the Kremlin about Maria Vorontsova and her youthful sister Katerina Tikhonova. The well-known father’s title can be not talked about within the interview.

What is definite is that Maria Vorontsova is a health care provider and works in genetic analysis. Her “hobbies” are correspondingly skilled, which she now talks about: “I read scientific or medical literature in my free time.” She additionally dedicates herself to the inspiring issues in life: “Everything that is beautiful. Paintings, museums, theater, music, poetry.” And sport: “At least a few hours a week, surfing and skiing.” A wholesome way of life is essential to her.

Not even 1000 clicks on YouTube

As the daughter of in all probability the richest and strongest man in Russia, a classy, educated middle-class way of life could also be regular, however many Russians are more likely to dismiss her phrases as the same old, weird fixed propaganda. According to Agentstvore, the 42-minute dialog was additionally considered lower than 1,000 instances on YouTube. In view of the ruthless struggle of aggression in opposition to Ukraine, Russia’s conspicuously usually emphasised “philanthropy” appears like a disgusting mockery. Questions in regards to the army operation weren’t deliberate anyway.

Sources: “Moscow Times”, NTV, RTWI