Putin’s rumored mistress breaks her silence after divorcing the Russian leader

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Kabaeva was present when Putin gave his fifth inauguration speech this week Daily star. He won Russia’s presidential election in March and successfully secured a new six-year term as the country’s leader.

“There is a special military operation going on, it is not easy, it is complicated, but it is great that the people came to the elections, supported the president, supported his policies, and we as voters see that our leader is not dependent is from abroad, but relies on its own people,” Kabaeva said of Russia’s war against Ukraine after Putin’s inauguration speech.

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