MOSCOW, March 25. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin “retains the absolute calm” in the situation of aggravation of relations with Britain, concentrating on internal Affairs of Russia, said on Sunday in interview to the program “week” on NTV press-Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.
The press Secretary stressed that the President retains the absolute exposure, and unlike counterparts on the island retains absolute correctness.
Also Peskov noted that the situation in the international arena is not a priority for the head of the Russian Federation, because the main priority is the internal problems that exist in the country that Putin is engaged in a daily, round-the-clock format.
However, according to the press Secretary of the President, the UK charges on the “case Skripal” are “unprecedented rudeness”.
“The important thing is that nobody ever found yourself in a situation when the country is accused of something, I can’t even articulate. And not trying to formulate,” said Sands. “We acknowledge that this is absolutely unprecedented, bordering, perhaps, a gang of international Affairs,” he said, noting that “our job is how to cope with this provocation.”