Zakharova called nonsense message of the British newspaper about the meetings of the Ambassador of the Russian Federation and sponsor Brexit


MOSCOW, July 8. /TASS/. The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said he believes the delusional British newspaper the Observer about the 11 meetings allegedly held between the largest donor to the campaign in favor of a British exit from the EU Want banks and the Russian Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko.

“Another delusion,” – commented on these messages Zakharov on Sunday the radio station “Moscow Says”.

On Sunday weekly newspaper the Observer made a statement that businessman banks, who financed the campaign Leave.EU calls on voters to support the idea of a Brexit referendum in June 2016, at least 11 met with the Russian Ambassador in London Alexander Yakovenko.

Earlier, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov reacted with irony to the possibility that a British exit from the EU took place through the efforts of only one of the banks.

In late may, Russian President Vladimir Putin called nonsense the assertion that Russia could intervene in adoption in the UK of the decision to withdraw this country from the European Union. The Russian President stressed that Russia has “to do with that, it is an internal process in the UK”.

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