She replied: "I don't think they liked what my father was saying." Miss Berezovskaya said her father had long warned about the threat Putin posed and recent events in the Ukraine proved he was right. "My father was saying Obama cannot understand how Ukraine is important. "When he would recover (from his depression) he would come again and he would make an appeal against the Abramovich ruling.
Elizaveta Glinka quit her job at a medical clinic to start her own clinic and treat homeless people and seriously ill patients free of charge in Moscow.
Yelizaveta Peskova claimed she was there to promote “patriotic business” and said she “didn't know a single person” who thought ships were built by people.
The 19-year-old studies marketing in Paris and wore a designer dress to the southern Sevastopol shipyard, where she posed for photos with workers.
"When he said it was like there was a chemical reaction inside of him, I thought then straight away that he could have been poisoned - he was so different from what he was, always in a bad mood.
"I can think of many people interested in my father's death." When asked by the coroner, Peter Bedford if she knew who these people were, she replied: "Yes, I think we all know." When the coroner suggested that the Russian government may actually have wanted to keep her father alive, "as a scapegoat".
However she said she was now concerned her father, who had been subject to two assassination attempts, may have been poisoned.
Miss Berezovskaya described how after the court case, her father changed and became depressed.
Her trip was part of a visit by a pro-Kremlin lobby group, Avanti, who she started working for in July.
Ms Peskova's appointment has been widely criticised with many claiming it is another example of nepotism in Mr Putin’s Russia.
But her death was later confirmed by her charity and the defence ministry. “And I know she went there to bring medical supplies. She was bringing medicines to the university hospital in Latakia.” As of Monday morning, rescue teams had recovered 11 bodies and fragments of bodies.