This article published by The Washington Post is written by Isabelle Khurshudyan and Mary Ilyushina. Here is an excerpt:
Russia’s premier business conference featured a panelist, Katerina Tikhonova, who was identified as the deputy director for the Institute for Mathematical Research of Complex Systems at Moscow State University.
One significant detail was left out: She’s widely acknowledged outside official circles as President Vladimir Putin’s daughter.
The Russian leader has never publicly identified his children other than to say he has two daughters. That makes for an odd wink-and-nod scenario every time they appear. Everyone knows they are Putin’s children, but few dare say so and go against Kremlin policy.
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