Putin’s daughter receives millions from the treating entourage of the president’s clinic

Putin’s daughter receives millions from the treating entourage of the president’s clinic

The eldest daughter of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Maria Vorontsova, profits from the activities of the St. Petersburg clinic “Sogaz”, which, in particular, treats mercenaries of the private military company “Wagner” and elite escorts. This is stated in a new investigation by the Anti-Corruption Foundation. According to FBK, Vorontsova receives hundreds of millions of rubles in annual income.

In fact, this is another confirmation of the information that was published in November 2021 in an investigation by Radio Liberty. In it, in particular, it was said that the doctors of the Sogaz medical center in St. Petersburg, associated with Vorontsova and the nephew of the President of Russia, Mikhail Shelomov, in addition to treating people from Putin’s inner circle, including the family of billionaire Yuriy Kovalchuk, co-founder of the summer cooperative ” Lake” Sergey Fursenko and the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matviyenko examined elite escorts. They were regularly observed by a gynecologist, blood tests for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis were given, and some of the girls documented their virginity, as this was required by clients who were willing to pay for the relevant services.

The Insider publication claimed that one of the escorts’ regular clients was the founder of PMC “Wagner”, a St. Petersburg businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, once close to Putin.

According to FBK, the “Sogaz” clinic was previously owned by Yury Kovalchuk, and now it is under the control of the NOMEKO company, whose co-owner is Maria Vorontsova.

  • In 2019, Maria Vorontsova became a co-founder of “New Medical Company” (NOMEKO). Then it was reported that the company of Putin’s daughter took a direct part in the creation of a medical center for the elite worth 40 billion rubles. In 2022, according to the calculations of “We can explain” journalists, Vorontsova’s company earned 857 million rubles.

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