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Peskov Calls an Execution List an Absurd
13.03.2015 07:57
Peskov Calls an Execution List an Absurd

The press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov told that the existence of an “execution list” of politicians and journalists allegedly reported to Vladimir Putin was an absurd, according to “Echo of Moscow”. “I do not know the details of all reports of law enforcement and security services. And it is impossible to disclose them” - Peskov said.

      “Novaya Gazeta” wrote that the report sent to Putin said about the “execution list” that allegedly included, in addition to Boris Nemtsov, the chief editor of “Echo of Moscow” Aleksei Venediktov”, the former CEO of “YUKOS” Mikhail Khodorkovsky and “probably, Ksenia Sobchak”.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Dmitry Peskov execution list    

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