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23-Nov-2016 03:40

Yelena, her daughter, and most of their women friends of all ages, would whole-heartedly agree.Her daughter Yekaterina, known as Katia, was nine years old at the time of the divorce.Even French men were struggling to find the solution: about 49% of all Russian women are single. “We advise women to look among the younger age group,” says Moskalkova, holding up as an example the 65-year-old Russian pop star, Alla Pugachova, who, 20 years ago, impressed the country by marrying a singer, Philip Kirkorov, 18 years her junior, whom she later divorced, then marrying Maxim Galkin, who is 27 years younger.But what if you are young, beautiful, long-legged, big-eyed, artistic and everybody you see around you is ugly, greedy and arrogant?“Russia’s problem is that men here have no idea how to treat women.I sometimes think they prefer each other’s company, and a bottle, to these beauties,” he says, pointing to some of his customers.They routinely dress as if for an opera or a fashion show.Long, fanned hair streams down their slim figures, legs sharpened by high heels. A parliament member responsible for information, Vadim Dengin, talks about the “popular fashion” for young, good-looking women to “hunt” for men, “keeping in mind a man’s finances as a priority criteria”.

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She often turns up there around midnight and stays until 8am drinking with friends.

Russia’s best known man, President Vladimir Putin, inspired the discouraging trend of men leaving their wives when he ditched his 55-year-old wife Lyudmila, as popular rumour has it, for a woman 25 years younger – Alina Kabayeva, a former Olympic rhythmic gymnast champion, though the Kremlin denies this.

Putin’s divorce from former flight attendant Lyudmila Putina, after 30 years of marriage, was followed by Moscow mayor Sergei Sobianin ­leaving his wife Irina, an outspoken Siberian businesswoman after 28 years.

But on finding and marrying one – even one as rich as Croesus – many Russian women feel trapped.

“Our men are too lazy, prefer to drink in front of a TV or a computer, without thinking of how to amuse their women,” Dengin continues.

She often turns up there around midnight and stays until 8am drinking with friends.Russia’s best known man, President Vladimir Putin, inspired the discouraging trend of men leaving their wives when he ditched his 55-year-old wife Lyudmila, as popular rumour has it, for a woman 25 years younger – Alina Kabayeva, a former Olympic rhythmic gymnast champion, though the Kremlin denies this.Putin’s divorce from former flight attendant Lyudmila Putina, after 30 years of marriage, was followed by Moscow mayor Sergei Sobianin ­leaving his wife Irina, an outspoken Siberian businesswoman after 28 years.But on finding and marrying one – even one as rich as Croesus – many Russian women feel trapped.“Our men are too lazy, prefer to drink in front of a TV or a computer, without thinking of how to amuse their women,” Dengin continues.Natalya Potanina, the wife of one of Russia’s richest men, multi-billionaire Vladimir Potanin, also opened up, a few weeks ago, in another magazine article to a foreign publication, GQ.