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24th January 2017 Irina and Edward (the UK), 24th January 2017 Big interview with a Couple, 5th January 2017 Irina and Kevin (the USA), 23rd December 2016 Katia and Darin (the USA), 14th December 2016 Anna and Mehmet (UK) Got Married!

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Here's a letter we received from our former client who has married a man from Mexico and moved there 2 years ago.I enjoyed your services very much and would like again the chance to say thank you very much.Tatyana and I are happy to say that we had a beautiful baby boy.The letter is in Russian language and we are going to translate it shortly.It's very pleasant to see this wonderful couple enjoying their life together!We have now been happily married for 2 years and our relationship grows stronger everyday.

Thanks Again, Patrick and Tatyana It took almost 3 months for this postcard to reach Ukraine, it has traveled a long way from the sunny and warm Tulum in Mexico to Kharkov in Ukraine.

In June, Poklonskaya was appointed as a judge to "guarantee impartiality in the selection of winners" for Russia's Five Stars singing competition, which would select Russia's entrant for the Intervision Song Contest.

After a video of Poklonskaya at a press conference on 11 March 2014 was uploaded to You Tube, her attractiveness and youth went viral among Japanese and Chinese internet users and also became the focus of attention of Internet communities such as Reddit and Vkontakte, which was reported by international news outlets.

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She compared the shooting to the "sniper attacks on Independence Square in Kiev" from 18 to 21 February 2014, and stated her belief that the shooting was meant to "provoke violence between the military forces" of Ukraine and Crimea.), saw the creation of its new Prosecutor's Office, now subordinated to Russia's Prosecutor General Yury Chaika.