Member of the Federation Council from the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug-Yugra, Eduard Isakov, has publicly disowned his eldest daughter, Diana, who took an anti-war stance in an interview with Meduza and the BBC Russian Service.
his position against the conduct of a special military operation, against the policy of his country. Apparently, she received money from these media, in other words, she sold her father, family, homeland and left Russia. It’s hard to find words when your daughter turns out to be a traitor,” the senator wrote in his Telegram channel.
“From the moment I found out that she had an anti-Russian position, we don’t communicate, I don’t provide her, I don’t provide housing,” this is how the Russian senator expressed his attitude towards his daughter.