The activist asked the Russian Prosecutor General’s Office to verify that singer Alla Pugacheva had funded the Ukrainian Armed Forces. On this subject informed TASS, which has at its disposal Borodin’s appeal to Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov.
In his appeal, the activist writes that Pugachev, living in Israel, continues to criticize. According to him, it supports cultural figures who have left Russia, criticize the war and provide financial aid to Ukraine.
He also notes that his “Federal Security and Anti-Corruption Project” has established “foreign funding for Alla Pugacheva’s activities and ties to Western intelligence agencies.”
April 11 reportedthat Borodin asked the Prosecutor General’s Office to open criminal proceedings against actress Leah Akhedzhakova. He claimed that the actress criticized the decisions taken by the President of Russia regarding the “special military operation” and allegedly financed the Ukrainian armed forces (Akhedzhakova denied this).
After the start of a full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, Alla Pugacheva left Russia with her family. In August, the singer returned to the country. She said she was not going to emigrate.
In September, her husband Maxim Galkin, who publicly opposed the war, was placed on the register of “foreign agents”. In response, Pugacheva turned to the Ministry of Justice via Instagram, ask also declare it a “foreign agent”. In her message, she wrote that she stood in solidarity with her husband, “an honest, decent and sincere man, a true and incorruptible patriot of Russia”, who wishes his country “a peaceful life, freedom of expression ” and the end of the death of people “for illusory ends”. In October she reportedwho left Russia and is in Israel.