"Damn them": Russia throws a tantrum over Lithuania's sanctions against figure skater from Navka's show
Famous figure skating coach Tatyana Tarasova is furious over the deprivation of Lithuanian citizenship of former figure skater Margarita Drobyazko. The Russian woman spoke insultingly of Ukraine's allies, who punished the world championship winner for participating in the Tatyana Navka show.
Tarasova said this in an interview with the propaganda news agency TASS. The representative of the aggressor country added that the whole world allegedly "needs Drobyazko" and expressed confidence that no one would want to live in Lithuania after this decision.
"They should be ashamed of what they have done. Who would want to live in a country where a person can be deprived of citizenship like this? No one, damn them. The whole world needs Margarita Drobyazko, she can work all over the world. She is a highly skilled professional; the whole world knows her by name, surname, and patronymic. And hardly anyone remembers what country she is from," Tarasova said.
Earlier, 51-year-old Moscow-born Drobyazko was also stripped of all Lithuanian state awards because of her tacit support for the war in Ukraine.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Margarita Drobyazko, a participant in five Olympic Games, demanded that Lithuania respect her love for Russia.