Peskov's daughter: Dad used to drive taxi at night
Yelizaveta made a statement to all haters who accuse her of a lack of patriotism.
The daughter of Russian President's Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov told Gazeta.Ru why she is reluctant to leave Paris and how her father used to drive taxi at night to make extra money.
Yelizaveta Peskova, who recently frowned upon fraudulent migrants in the French capital, said she was not planning to move anywhere else. The daughter of Putin's press secretary has been living in Paris for 7 years and is a student of a high-status business school.
According to her, the safety level in the city has dropped significantly in recent years. Nevertheless, life in Paris also has many advantages. The girl is mostly enticed by the warm Parisian climate and short distances.
"I can always easily plan my day as I know exactly how much time everything takes, so I have time to do all the things I planned. I manage to do much more things here than in Moscow, although most of the time I walk or use the metro. I enjoy this kind of walks a lot," Yelizaveta said.
Peskova finds it easy to adapt to any new place and considers herself a cosmopolitan. The girl said that she thinks the accusations she gets all the time that ‘she has to live in Russia’ are ridiculous. The daughter of the president's press secretary admitted that she ‘feels sorry’ for the people who leave ‘mean comments’ below her Instagram posts because they are simply jealous.
According to Yelizaveta, she remembers the time when her family did not have any money at all. “Mom and Dad used to put me to bed and would drive taxi at night after university and work”. The girl said they never had any envy or anger towards more successful or wealthy people. "My family has always put friendship, support and love first," she stated.
Spanish prosecutor is widely known as the man who "brought down the Russian mafia in Spain," as he has been fighting Tambovskyaya, Solntsevskaya, Malyshevskaya, and Izmaylovskaya organized crime groups of Russia. Jose Grinda condemned the UK’s lack of cooperation in a fight with the organized crime which has gone increasingly global.
Former Presidential Adviser on Internet Development German Klimenko, who had predicted “the end of Telegram’s glory,” re-installed the illegal messenger, which he had previously refused to use after the court's decision to ban it.
Tver region Minister of Oversight Functions Viktor Shaforost is placed to the SIZO on suspicion of arson of a car. Soon, the official may be charged with setting Novaya Moscow ICR office on fire and bribing the ICR employees. All these feats Shaforost committed to saving his younger brother, arrested for organizing a gang including policemen. But the Minister rejects all charges against him. The official says that he fell victim to extortion from the investigators who reviewed the case of his brother. The appeals to the FSB and the ICR resulted in nothing, although the check on the polygraph proved the guilt of Lieutenant Colonel Dmitry Kharchenko. Why many residents of the Tver region are inclined to believe that Shaforost is not a pyromaniac-recidivist, but a victim of siloviki?