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Karin Kneissl’s favorite ponies arrived in Russia

Karin Kneissl became recognizable all over the world after Russian President Vladimir Putin attended her wedding in 2018

Karin Kneissl became recognizable all over the world after Russian President Vladimir Putin attended her wedding in 2018

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Former Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl, who moved to Russia, was reunited with her favorites: the ponies that Kneissl had to leave in Lebanon were able to be delivered by the Russian military to the Syrian military base in Khmeimim, and then by plane to Russia.

– In the context of the conflict that continues in Syria, it was not possible to transport animals across this entire country by truck. Due to sanctions, there are no other flights, courier companies do not carry out transportation. – said Kneissl agency France Press.

The ponies that Kneissl had to leave in Lebanon were able to be delivered by the Russian military to the Syrian military base in Khmeimim, and then by plane to Russia.  Photo: Veterinary Department for the Leningrad Region

The ponies that Kneissl had to leave in Lebanon were able to be delivered by the Russian military to the Syrian military base in Khmeimim, and then by plane to Russia. Photo: Veterinary Department for the Leningrad Region

Karin Kneissl became recognizable all over the world after Russian President Vladimir Putin attended her wedding in 2018. After leaving the government, she left Austria and ended up first in France and then in Lebanon, explaining her move by the fact that she began to receive death threats in her homeland.

In August of this year, it became known that Kneissl settled in Russia – in the village of Petrushovo, Kasimovsky district, Ryazan region. She later confirmed that she accepted the invitation to take the position of head of the GORKI analytical center at St. Petersburg State University. It was announced that this Center will be engaged in political research.

Kneissl settled in Russia - in the village of Petrushovo, Kasimovsky district, Ryazan region.  Photo: Veterinary Department for the Leningrad Region

Kneissl settled in Russia – in the village of Petrushovo, Kasimovsky district, Ryazan region. Photo: Veterinary Department for the Leningrad Region

IN exclusive interview that Karin Kneissl gave to KP.RU on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum, she admitted that in our country she was “most struck by the intensity of the Russian summer and Russian nature.”

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