The singer emigrated from Russia and will not be able to return in the next 50 years
Svetlana Loboda left Russia immediately after the start of the special operation in Ukraine. The singer condemned the actions of the Russian authorities and emigrated to Latvia. The artist settled in Jurmala, where she bought a house. In an interview with Latvian radio, Loboda admitted that she would like to meet old age in this country.
The singer was touched by the elderly residents of the country who do not hesitate to show their love in public. Loboda confessed that she would like to meet old age here.
- Very calm city and country. Very calm measured people. Everything is quiet. So very measured. Lots of older people. Very cool they walk by the hands in Jurmala. This is so touching. So they hold hands. What I want to meet old age here, - the star opened up.
The singer enrolled her eldest daughter in the elite international school Exupery in Riga. Exupery is the most expensive school in Latvia. Loboda will pay 15,000 euros (about a million rubles) for Evangelina's year of study in it. Plus, new students need to pay an entrance fee - one and a half thousand euros (about one hundred thousand rubles). In addition, Svetlana will pay for food, mugs, and a school bus. Earlier, the artist said that her daughters really miss their friends in Moscow and are having a hard time getting used to life in Latvia. The girls ask her to return to Russia. Svetlana complained that her children had a hard time adapting to life abroad.
Loboda had to explain to her eldest daughter Eva why she could no longer see her Russian friends. - It is very difficult, children generally find it difficult to adapt to a new reality. I talked to her a lot about it. Explained why we couldn't stay. She hears me, understands and supports me, but it is very difficult for her. She says: “Mom, I really miss my friends,” Loboda says. The youngest daughter of the singer, four-year-old Tilda, also misses her usual life and asks why they left. “I tell her that we are traveling the world, seeing different places, that I want her to meet different children,” Loboda said. The artist said that she was not going to return to Russia, and even "does not allow the thought of it."
However, the singer will not be able to return to Moscow with all her desire. In April, the Russian authorities banned Loboda from entering the country for the next 50 years. In her native Ukraine, the singer is also not favored - she was reminded of her performances in Russia and the millions in fees that she received in our country.