"Your father is a murderer" - British outside Lavrov's daughter's house
Polina Kovaleva, stepdaughter of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, has been targeted by British activists.
Polina Kovaleva, the stepdaughter of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, has been targeted by British activists as protesters marched on her luxury apartment in the heart of London on Saturday, chanting: "Your father is a murderer."
Polina, the daughter of Sergei Lavrov's official mistress, owns a magnificent mansion in the British capital, worth 4,5 million pounds.
Putin's war in Ukraine, with the Russian foreign minister reproducing the Russian president's provocatively aggressive statements, caught the eye of Lavrov's close circle, including Lavrov's beautiful stepdaughter. To the British, Polina is the adopted "daughter of a war criminal who launders his money in their country." Kovaleva's apartment is in Kensington, south London.
According to The Sun, the house's security staff declined to say whether Kovaleva was in London.
Meanwhile, British MPs have called on the government of Boris Johnson to add Kovaleva to the list of people facing sanctions over their links to the Putin regime.
Kovaleva's mother, Svetlana Polyakova, is said to be the official mistress of the 71-year-old Russian foreign minister for 20 years.
Lavrov's partner has a fat piggy bank but no status or career. He is said to have bought an apartment worth about eight million dollars in the heart of Moscow, while maintaining an impressive collection of expensive cars.
Of course she has secured her daughter as well. The 26-year-old Polina, the daughter of Lavrov's mistress from her previous marriage, lives permanently in London, maintaining a standard of living that is completely beyond the data of most of her peers.
Kovaleva appears as the owner of a very expensive property on the very expensive High Street in Kensington, which she allegedly bought at the age of just 21.
He is a graduate of the Business School of Imperial College, specializing in economics and business strategy. Before starting her studies, she worked at the Russian energy giant Gazprom.