The daughter of the Russian president, Maria Putin, might be feeling the heat at her Dutch apartment as she needed to flee her £2million apartment with the husband after the news of her staying in the penthouse filter out to the Dutch nation. Netherlands is currently mourning the death of more than 300 people that were shot down last week by Pro-Russian Ukrainian separatist.


        Maria's residence (Photo credit:Daily Mirror)

The daughter who was said to be living 20miles away from the airport where the doomed MH17 flight departed. Speaking to one of Maria's neighbours, she said :

She moved in last year and it was all kept quiet for a while. But once it became known who she was, there was certainly some disquiet. And now this has happened. She is obviously not responsible for her father’s actions but we don’t want ­demonstrations around here.

The location of Maria and her husband Jorrit Faasen who lived in the riverside of Voorschoten on the outskirts of the Dutch capital, fled amid the mounting fury after Ukrainian activist published her house address on various websites.

Many have blamed the flight mishap on President Putin saying he provided the missiles that killed almost 300 people which 193 passengers happens to be Dutch. Responding to the allegation, the Russian ambassador to Britain, Alexander Yakovenko said the allegation by the west did "Not Hold Water"

Alexander also said that : 

Russia doesn’t supply weapons to de facto authorities in Ukraine. No evidence whatsoever has been presented that the Russian government has been doing this.



A Malaysian airplane(MH17) flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur at an altitude of 6.2miles was shot down in Ukraine, at the border with Russia. The Boeing 777 was shot down by a BUK ground to air missile.

At the time of the crash, 280 passengers and 15 crew members were on board. The armed forces of Ukraine denied reports that it was involved in the air mishap.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk ordered a full investigation into what he called "catastrophe", while the Prime minister in Malaysia, Najib Razak said:

I'm shocked by reports that a Malaysia Airlines plane has crashed.

Confirming the incident, Boeing Airplanes tweeted :



Also another tweet from Malaysia airlines: