Daily Mail: Alina Kabaeva acquired two luxury properties in Turkey

According to a Russian-Israeli businessman, Alina Kabayeva, who is called Vladimir Putin’s “wife” in the West, has acquired two luxury properties in Turkey.

According to Leonid Nevzlin, a former athlete and Olympic winner, he owns a cottage in southern Turkey and another luxury property in Istanbul.

The purchase of Kabayeva was made “through the mediation” of a close associate of Erdogan, claims the former head of the Yukos oil company, yf referred to by the British tabloid Daily Mail.

According to unverified reports, the Turkish leader “ordered” to provide expensive real estate and ensure its protection, which Nevzlin insists. At the same time, the businessman does not provide details about these houses, allegedly bought by Kabaeva.

Nevzlin said in April that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was “out of the game” because he suffered a “major heart attack.” It was a period when the minister “disappeared” from the spotlight, but then reappeared.

It is difficult to say to what extent his statements and facts are true and correspond to reality. However, it is clear that they are willingly published by the world, including the Greek media.

Recall that as a result of the war in Ukraine, the European Union, Great Britain and Canada imposed sanctions against Alina Kabaeva for her alleged close ties with Vladimir Putin. Rumors have been circulating for years that the 39-year-old woman is in a relationship with the Russian leader and has four children with him, which has never been officially confirmed.

It was also reported that in the Russian Federation, all information about the National Media Group holding, which was previously headed by the beloved of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Alina Kabaeva, disappeared from open databases. The register was cleared after the introduction of sanctions against Kabaeva.

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