Putin’s ex-wife’s life in luxury between Davos, Biarritz and Marbella. The woman is not on the list of EU sanctions

Vladimir Putin’s ex-wife, Lyudmilaand your husband Artur Otscheretny20 years younger, they would travel in luxury across Europe avoiding any sanctions. The German tabloid writes it Bildciting the activist’s research Maria Pevchikh, collaborator of the Russian dissident Alex Navalny. The newspaper presents a list of the couple’s luxury properties: millionaire apartments and villas a Biarritz, Davos and Marbella. All possessions would be in Otscheretny’s name and the suspicion is that he may have received them from Putin’s ex-wife to avoid potential sanctions. At the moment the woman is only on the sanctions list in the UK. Bild then quotes Pevchikh’s appeal: “Immediately freeze the properties of the Otscheretny family and investigate the origin of the money!”

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