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A girl disappeared in Zhukovsky who sold ice cream to Putin twice in two years. The stall disappeared the next day

After Putin’s visit, no one saw the saleswoman with the window display at the air show. In social networks, she was called the "colonel of the FSO."

The girl with whom Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan bought ice cream at the MAKS-2019 air show in Zhukovsky disappeared from the exhibition right after the presidents’ visit. A year earlier, the Russian leader to buy ice cream at the same saleswoman, told “Moskovsky Komsomolets” newspaper.

The day after Putin’s visit, journalists came to the place where the president bought ice cream and didn’t find a showcase there. They found that the festival did not sell ice cream at all in similar trays, instead of which standard refrigerators were used.

Saleswoman Putin was also wearing a uniform that was different from the standard for festival workers. Journalists found out that the glasses that Putin and Erdogan bought were not sold at the air show: the Vologda ice-cream and “The Cow from Korenovka”.

In 2017, Putin already bought ice cream at the MAKS air show from the same saleswoman. Both times, the president paid for the purchase himself: this year he asked for a change of 5,000 rubles to be given to the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov “for the development of aviation”, and two years ago he treated the government.

Putin buys ice cream in 2017





Putin buys ice cream in 2019

Russian President’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov did not find it strange that the same saleswoman could sell Putin’s ice cream for two consecutive years, because the same companies work at the air show.

But honestly, I don’t even know if this is the same saleswoman or not the same. Therefore, this, they say, is not a question for us.

Dmitry Peskov

spokesman for the president of Russia

Social networks decided that the girl with the video could be an agent of the Federal Security Service. Some called her “Colonel of the FSO.”

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