Putin fired Poklonskaya from her position at Rossotrudnichestvo

Putin fired Poklonskaya from her position at Rossotrudnichestvo

Vladimir Putin signed a decree dismissing Natalya Poklonskaya from the post of deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo. The corresponding decree was published by the Russian media on the morning of June 13. Poklonskaya herself has already commented on this news to RIA Novosti, assuring that the dismissal is due to her transfer to another job.

Before that, the ex-deputy of the State Duma criticized the letter “Z”, saying that it “symbolizes tragedy and grief as for Russia and for Ukraine. After that, the Crimean State Council admitted that they would deprive Poklonskaya of state awards.

Also in April, Poklonskaya said that what is happening in Ukraine “this is darkness, a catastrophe”, where “people are dying, houses, entire cities, millions refugees”, as well as “mutilated bodies and souls.”

Poklonskaya worked in the Crimean prosecutor's office. She became famous in 2014, when, after the capture of the peninsula of the Russian Federation, she headed the prosecutor's office of Crimea, and two years later, in 2016, she was elected to the State Duma from United Russia. She did not go to the polls in 2021.

In Ukraine, Natalya Poklonskaya was put on the wanted list, the Kyiv Court of Appeal allowed her detention for treason. From October 13, 2021 to February 2, 2022, Poklonskaya was a State Duma deputy from the ruling United Russia party.

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