A few days ago a news from Russia made headlines in the media. It said President Vladimir Putin could resign by January due to health problems. Reports also said that his daughter and girlfriend were pressuring him. Curiosity about Putin’s girlfriend is also natural for people. So let us tell you who they are.
The news described Putin’s girlfriend as Alika Kabeva. Alina is a gymnast. Born in Uzbekistan, 37-year-old Alina is a Russian politician, model, and explorer. He has been honored with the Master of Sports. Alina is the first woman in the country to be responsible for music, having twice been named Olympic Gold. He has also won 14 World Championship medals and 25 European Championship medals.
Kabeva was also a member of the State Duma from 2007 to 2014 as a candidate for the United Russia party. He was also the chairman of the National Media Group in September 2014. Its relationship with the game is very old. Her father was a professional football player. They were going to other countries. Alina initially believed in Islam, but later converted to Christianity.
Before Putin came in contact, Alina was in a relationship with David Musleni, a police officer, in 2004, but the two separated in 2005. In 2008, Ani came in contact with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian newspaper first reported it. Putin, however, denied the reports. The newspaper was then also shut down. But then both churches began to grow in the news. Some reports even said there were no children. However, Kabaiva denied it in 2013. In 2015, she gave birth to a baby in Switzerland. Then in 2019 she gave birth to twins in Moscow.
As a responsibility he was told about Kabaiva, he started this work only at the age of 3 years. Then he came to the owner where his mother was the Russian head coach. He first appeared in international sports in 1996. Two years later, in 1998, at the age of 15, he won the European Championship in Portugal. Kabaiva was the youngest player on his team at the time. He also dominated in 1999 and recaptured the championship.
He never looked back. He finished second at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, but won the gold medal again in 2001. He has won the world title many times. He announced his retirement in October 2004. However, he did appear in some friendly matches. He has won the Russian National title around six times champion.