Putin and his former wife have two daughters, Maria Putin (born April 28, 1985, in Leningrad, USSR) and Catherine Putin (born August 31, 1986, in Dresden, GDR). Daughters spent their childhood in East Germany, then studied in a German school in Moscow before V. Putin was appointed a prime minister. After that, they studied international economics at the Financial Academy in Moscow, although this is not officially confirmed for security reasons. Official sources, such as Pravda, claim that they began their studies at St. Petersburg State University: Maria — at the department of geology and biology, and Ekaterina — at the department of oriental studies at the philological faculty of the university. This is the most prestigious department of the department, graduating future diplomats.
According to an article in the newspaper De Pers, Maria married a Dutchman, Jorrit Faassen. The couple lives in Vorshoten, the Netherlands. Some sources claim that Catherine also married after November 2012. V. Putin commented in a television interview that “both daughters live in Moscow, where they combine study and part-time work ... I am proud of them”.
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