I've never heard of such a thing. Is this someone in the medical field telling you this? Hopefully someone with more specific knowledge of this can chime in, but here are my thoughts.
-It is not uncommon for patients to have annulus at 29mm and larger. It is the high end of the range, but not uncommon.
-They make prosthetic valves 29mm diameter. So, having a 29mm annulus should not be a problem.
-I've never heard of replacing an aortic valve with a patient's mitral valve. In the Ross Procedure, the pulmonary valve is transplanted to the aortic position, but this valve is a tricuspid valve with similar function as the aortic. The mitral is significantly different than the aortic valve. It is bicuspid and has strings attached to it, which play a vital role in its function. Moving this valve would also need to involve removing and re-attaching the strings. That would seem to really complicate things.
-If you did that, now you need to get a prosthetic mitral valve as well.
Anyway, if this is a medical person telling you this, get another opinion. I don't know if that is possible in Russia, but perhaps at least get a zoom consult from someone in another clinic.
I really can't see how having a 29mm annulus is a problem, but perhaps someone who knows more than I do can give comment.