Russian TV presenter has told the horrifying story of his escape from Russia. Marina Ovsnikova revealed she changed cars seven times to leave Russia, then crawled under barbed wire with her 11-year-old daughter in the dark of night to escape.
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New Delhi: Russian TV presenter has told the horrifying story of his escape from Russia. He told how in difficult circumstances he left Russia with his 11-year-old daughter. The 44-year-old Russian TV editor came into limelight when she condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin on live TV for the war with Ukraine. After this he was put under house arrest. But the courage with which she escaped from house arrest, her story is going to give goosebumps.
Marina Ovsnikova revealed she changed cars seven times to leave Russia, then crawled under barbed wire with her 11-year-old daughter in the dark of night to escape. Marina believes that this is the most dangerous time. She said that I know very well what can happen to the enemies of the Kremlin. But more and more of us are speaking up. Putin cannot silence us all.
French President has given asylum
French President Emmanuel Macron has granted political asylum and 24-hour security to Marina Ovsnikova, a mother of two children in Paris. Marina has given an interview to Daily Mail, which is her first interview given to the British media. He told how he used wire cutters in his bag to cut the electronic devices that monitored him during house arrest. After this, he changed his car seven times to cross the Russian border. In October last year, it took him three days to leave Russia with his 11-year-old daughter Arisha.
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Forced to crawl through the barbed wire fence
They told that when one of their cars got stuck in the mud, they stumbled on foot for more than 12 miles in the dark of night through marshy fields and forests. Not only this, they were forced to crawl through the barbed wire fence to reach safely. There was no phone signal. He threw himself on the ground several times to avoid the guards at the border. It was very dangerous to travel with a baby girl. Many times felt that we will not be able to do this. But living in Russia was not safe at all. They wanted to destroy me.
marina lost a lot
After opposing Putin, Russia also took control of the channel in which she used to work. Ovsnikova told that her son has stopped talking to her. His mother says that he has insulted his country. He acknowledged that I had lost a lot, but not as much as the people of Ukraine. I hope that one day my son will understand that I did this for him and his sister, because I believe that Russia has a future as an independent country. I hope that one day, when Putin is gone, I will be able to hug my mother again.