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Yulia Borisovna Navalnaya - yuliaborisovnanavalnayan@gmail.com

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from: Yulia Borisovna Navalnaya <alhajaamatullahahmed@gmail.com>
reply-to: yuliaborisovnanavalnayan@gmail.com
date: Jun 7, 2022, 10:32 AM
subject: Sorry for contacting you in this manner, wife of the Russian opposition leader.
mailed-by: gmail.com

Dear beloved friend,
Compliments of the day. I apologize for contacting you in this manner but the situation at hand demands urgent attention. My name is Yulia Borisovna Navalnaya (Economist), wife of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Anatolievich Navalny (Lawyer).

I have an important subject matter to share with you concerning my jailed husband Mr. Alexei Anatolievich Navalny whose jail term has been increased from 9 years to 15 years, leaving some Funds trapped in one of United Kingdom elite Bank as Russian President Vladimir Putin has frozen all his and family Banks accounts and assets here in Russian, also kept me and my children in a house arrest and being monitored by the KGB State Security.

This is a very sensitive issue and should be treated confidentially, please do not discuss this subject matter with anyone because this money is our last family hope to restore my family life and dignity. Contact me on my private email address: ( yuliaborisovnanavalnaya@yandex.ru ) and ( yuliaborisovnanavalnayan@gmail.com ) for more details and Documents, I will give you my husband's Bank Account full details: in due course and please read through these News links for more understanding.


Yulia Borisovna Navalnaya. Email Address: ( yuliaborisovnanavalnaya@yandex.ru ) and ( yuliaborisovnanavalnayan@gmail.com ).
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