MOSCOW, January 26. The head of the Russian presidential administration Sergei Ivanov called the nonsense and the nonsense of Putin’s accusations of corruption on the part of the U.S. Treasury.
“I’m on various high posts in government I am for a long time, the seventeenth year. I have said many times that claptrap and nonsense I will not comment on”, – he told journalists in response to a request to comment on the accusations against Putin.
The U.S. Treasury needs to provide evidence
Previously press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called fiction and slander accusations against Putin, is contained in a broadcast by the BBC film about the Russian leader. He also drew attention to the unsubstantiated allegations from the I. O. of the U.S. Treasury Adam Shubin in this story, stressing that it has all the signs of a directed campaign.
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“If they (the U.S. Treasury) will leave such official statement without proof, then it casts a shadow on the reputation of the Agency,” – said the representative of the Kremlin. “Overall, we are accustomed to a journalistic “duck”, which are associated with incompetence and the pursuit of “yellowness” or are directed campaigns – said the representative of the Kremlin. In this case, of course, we involuntarily pay attention to the fact that the appearance of such material coincided with quasi-judicial exercise in some countries, publications in highly respected journals of similar content”.
“It would be irresponsible journalistic exercise, if not an official review (the American officials),” – said Peskov.
Simultaneously, the Kremlin does not expect that this episode will worsen the already strained relations between Moscow and Washington. “To be honest, relations are now not in the best shape. In such a form that such a lie is unlikely their even more complicated,” stated Sands.
Back in may of last year in the presidential administration of the Russian Federation said that some Western media are preparing defamatory publications about the Russian leader. Peskov said that the Kremlin had received queries from “respected publications” the U.S. and the UK, who admitted that even do not intend to publish detailed explanations of the Kremlin.