Following the separation announcement, Samodanova shared a cryptic post to Instagram that read: “I don’t hate you. I’m just disappointed you turned into everything you said you’d never be.”Throughout their now-strained marriage, Savchenko and Samodanova both led busy lives juggling parenthood alongside their careers. In 2017, the Gleb Collection designer shared how finding balance had benefitted their relationship.“We’ve danced together for more than 10 years and we’ve been married more than 10 years, so we learn how to separate work and home,” he told Entertainment Tonight at the time. “At work, [it’s] just a business. So, I’m very demanding. I ask a lot from her, she asks a lot from me, but when we’re at home, we are just happy [a] husband and wife who love each other.”- Advertisement – Dancing With the Stars fans are already quite familiar with who Gleb Savchenko is, but they may not be as well acquainted with his longtime wife, Elena Samodanova.Savchenko, 37, and Samodanova, 36, have been married since 2006. Together, the Russia natives share daughters, Olivia, 10, and Zlata, 3.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Savchenko added, “We just enjoy each other’s company. That’s the secret, I think, and it’s been really successful so far.”Scroll through the gallery below to learn more about Samodanova. After being married for more than a decade, Us Weekly confirmed on November 6 that the couple have chosen to separate. “It is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wife and I are parting ways after 14 years of marriage,” he said in a statement to Us. “We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly, and we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them. We ask that you respect our family’s need for privacy and healing during this time.”The Dancing With the Stars pro also confirmed the upsetting news via Instagram, for which he shared the same statement and a photo of the now-estranged couple with their two daughters. Samodanova, for her part, addressed the breakup in her Instagram Story by noting that their “road is coming to an end.”- Advertisement –
Harry Kane helped himself to a hat-trick as well at White Hart Lane.In Group D, Celtic stay top and look good to reach the knockout stage after a 2-1 win against FC Astra of Romania.A goalless draw for Everton at French club Lille means they remain top of Group H.
GCAA’s Chief Air Navigations and Aerodromes Inspector Adrian Bassier and other officials during the inspection– Helideck Inspection Training ongoingThe Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has given the green to Liza Destiny’s helideck following an inspection of the facility before it left Singapore for Guyana.The inspection was done by GCAA’s Chief Air Navigations and Aerodromes Inspector Adrian Bassier in collaboration with the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (Ghana CAA).The inspection in Singapore was done to ensure compliance with Guyana’s Civil Aviation regulations and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) while the vessel was in the shipyard so that any irregularity can be addressed before leaving the port.The collaboration between Guyana and Ghana for this certification process emanated from a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between GCAA and Ghana CAA in December 2018, in Nairobi, Kenya, at the ICAO Air Services Negotiation (ICAN) event.It is a significant indication of words in actions as it testifies to the fruition of bilateral commitments made by the President of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, to H.E. President David Granger, during a State visit to Guyana in June 2019.The MoU between the two civil aviation authorities provides for technical cooperation and sharing of expertise and knowledge in the areas of civil aviation between the two Civil Aviation Authorities.The GCAA, in a release, stated that it is presently building the capacity of its inspectors to address the needs of the emerging Oil and Gas Sector in Guyana by undertaking initiatives which would provide on-the-job training opportunities for its inspectors.Over the years, the GCAA has invested significant financial resources to build the capacity of its inspectors, which enables them to conduct their functions with more efficiency and effectiveness.The inspector from Ghana was delegated by the Director General of the GCAA, Lt Col Egbert Field, to perform the inspection functions on behalf of the Authority. This is a normal practice when a State’s civil aviation authority does not have the requisite capacity to conduct an inspection or certification exercise.The Ghanaian inspector performed this function on behalf of the GCAA so that the requisite licence and certification for the helideck would be issued by the GCAA, the agency that will be responsible for oversight of helidecks on Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels in Guyana’s territory.Prior to this collaboration, Guyana’s relations with Ghana was strengthened in 2018 when the two nations signed Air Services Agreements at the International Civil Aviation Organisation Air Transport Meeting held in Guyana.The Liza Destiny is expected to arrive in Guyana sometime in September. The drill ship was commissioned by the First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger, in Singapore in June 2019.