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Who is Daria Aslamova, the Russian spy who disguised herself as a journalist, was declared 'non-women' from Kosovo

Who is Daria Aslamova, the Russian spy who disguised herself as a journalist,

Kosovo declared Russian journalist Dasia Aslamova persona non grata a day ago. By the decision of the Ministry of Interior, Aslamova has been banned from entering the territory of Kosovo for 5 years, as she is suspected of being a Russian spy.

It was the Minister of the Interior, Xelal Sveçla, who announced the detention of the Russian journalist. Aslamova used her profession as a journalist to hide her involvement in espionage for Russian intelligence.

"Anyone who, with certain goals or directives, violates or tries to destabilize our country, will face without question the force of the laws of the Republic of Kosovo", Sveçla said in a post on Facebook.

Aslamova was arrested by the Kosovo Police on August 6, to be released the next day. The Russian journalist is currently in Serbia in the village of Raskë on the border with Kosovo, REL reports. Daria Aslamova traveled to Kosovo by bus to prepare "a special material for the recent tensions" between the two countries.

Daria Aslamova, 52, from Russia, is a special correspondent for the Russian daily Komsomolskaya Pravda, a newspaper known for its pro-Kremlin stance. Aslamova also worked as a war correspondent in Ukraine for the Tsagrad channel that spreads Russian propaganda.

Aslamova has been seen as a journalist in many war zones including Chechnya, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Ossetia, Tajikistan and the former Yugoslavia.

Throughout her career, she has interviewed former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. However, Aslamova has been arrested several times in the war zones and has also published a book entitled, "Diary of an ugly girl".

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