Poklonskaya became an adviser to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation

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Poklonskaya became an adviser to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation
Poklonskaya became an adviser to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation
14 June, 15:31SocietyPhoto: РиаНовости
Former prosecutor of Crimea, former State Duma deputy Natalia Poklonskaya, who was dismissed the day before from Rossotrudnichestvo, announced her appointment to the Prosecutor General's Office and the rejection of social networks.

In her Telegram channel, Natalya Poklonskaya announced that she had been appointed adviser to the Prosecutor General of Russia.

“I stop maintaining social pages and any public activity. Now I will be engaged in the implementation of the tasks set by the Prosecutor General of Russia in accordance with the Federal Law "On the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation", - Poklonskaya RBC quotes a statement.

The day before, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on her resignation from the post of deputy head of Rossotrudnichestvo.

"President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed a Decree on my dismissal from the post of Deputy Head of Rossotrudnichestvo in connection with my transfer to another job. I am grateful to our president for his support and trust”, - Poklonskaya said.

It's worth reminding that she took this post in early February this year, when the head of state dismissed her from the post of ambassador to Cape Verde. She did not become a diplomat "for personal reasons". Previously, she was the prosecutor of the Crimea.

In April of this year, Natalya Poklonskaya said that the letter “Z” symbolizes great grief for both Russians and Ukrainians, because soldiers are dying, their parents receive sad news. “Is this joy? No”, - she noted.

After that, the Crimean State Council announced that they intended to consider depriving Poklonskaya of state awards for her opinion about the symbols of the military special operation in Ukraine. This was announced by the head of the Committee on Legislation of the Crimean Parliament Sergey Trofimov.

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