Dutch call for Vladimir Putin’s daughter Maria Putinato be deported from her home in The Hague

Call for Putin's daughter to be deported from Netherlands
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s daughter Maria Putina is facing a backlash in Holland, where she lives (Picture: CEN)

Vladimir Putin’s daughter is facing calls for her to be deported from Holland – where she lives with her Dutch boyfriend.

Maria Putina found herself the target of anger after flight MH17 was shot down in Ukraine – with a missile said to have been provided by her father’s Russian regime.

The 29-year-old, the eldest of Mr Putin’s daughters, shares a penthouse apartment in The Hague’s affluent suburb Voorschoten with her boyfriend Jorrit Faassen.

Mr Faassen has held top jobs at Russia’s state-owned Gazprom energy company and Stroytransgaz, a pipeline-construction company.

Pieter Broertjes, mayor of the city of Hilversum, led calls for Ms Putina’s expulsion during a national day of mourning on Wednesday, as the first bodies from the Malaysia Airlines plane were repatriated.

‘We could also deport Putin’s daughter from the Netherlands, because she lives in the Netherlands. Then you will have a totally different signal to give,’ Mr Broertjes said.

Friends and family at a service for the victims of MH17 at St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne, Australia (Picture: EPA)

The comments were made during a radio interview, but he later backtracked in comments made on Twitter.

‘My reference to Putin’s daughter on Radio 1 was not wise,’ he tweeted. ‘This stemmed from a feeling of helplessness.’

The mayor’s initial call for Ms Putina to go was echoed by other social media users after anti-Putin activists from around the world posted her address on Twitter and urged Dutch people to protest outside the apartment.

One wrote: ‘Dear Dutch ppl! If you want to visit Putin’s daughter, this is the address.’

Another added: ‘Dutch people can express their feelings about #MH17. Ask for Maria Putin (Faassen).’ A third user posted Ms Putina’s picture with the words ‘It’s time you leave B*TCH.’

Two-thirds of the 298 people killed when MH17 was shot out of the sky were from the Netherlands, where the plane took off from.

Ten Britons also lost their lives in the crash.

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24 July 2014 | 9:33 pm – Source: metro.co.uk

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