The energy Minister, admitted that the journalists often put him in a dead end


MOSCOW, November 21. Russian energy Minister Alexander Novak has admitted that journalists ‘ questions are often baffled him and his colleagues.

“When you ask questions, you are putting us, the professionals, to a standstill, because they often know the business better than us. Speaking to journalists, we often feel, as in the exam”, said Novak at the ceremony of awarding the first all-Russian competition of MediaTek.

All-Russian competition of MediaTek first held this year among the media, the press services of industrial companies and regional administrations. Its purpose is to attract the attention of the public, experts and specialists on current issues of functioning and reform of the Russian energy sector.

Novak added that would put journalists “five” for their ability to ask the officials questions or to identify problems.