Source Pravda.Ru

Lebanese President Met With Svetlana Koroleva, Winner of "Miss Europe-2002"

On Saturday Lebanese President Emile Lahud received in his Presidential Palace's office Svetlana Koroleva, winner of the "Miss Europe-2002" contest which took place in Beirut. On Saturday Svetlana arrived from Paris where she participated in a number of advertising commercials' projects. She arrived at the presidential reception practically from the board of an aircraft. According to her, the Lebanese President once again congratulated her on the success and wondered about her future plans. He presented the Russian beauty with a memorable souvenir, which symbolized Lebanon.

Svetlana Koroleva stated that it was nice but rather tiresome to hold the "Miss Europe" title. She had to work hard: to participate in various charities and advertising projects, to travel a lot. She added that it was tiresome but very interesting.

In few days Svetlana will leave for shooting session in London. Then she will return to Beirut. On 10 February she will fly back to Russia. On 12 February the Russian beuaty will be 20 years. Svetlana says that she "will be able to fully perceive her 'Miss Europe' title only at home, in Russia."

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