The Kremlin commented on the call for the EU to impose sanctions against Putin


In the Kremlin considered unacceptable attempts to interfere with the judicial processes that currently take place in Russia. This statement was made by the President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov, answering the request to comment on the call of European parliamentarians to impose sanctions against Vladimir Putin and another 28 people in connection with the judicial process on the case of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko.

“We cannot accept interference in judicial processes in our country in strict accordance with current Russian legislation, to which, of course, applies to the trial of Savchenko. Any intervention is allowed, there are certain procedures that are currently performed. Due to the fact that there is a lawsuit any comments in fact consider impossible and unacceptable,” — said Peskov, reports UNN .

On the question of whether there had been complaints about her exchange with someone from Russian citizens detained in Ukraine, Peskov said that he doesn’t know that.