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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The Kremlin said “the Putin factor” in the subject brexit


The President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov responded to the mention of the name of Vladimir Putin during vnutribrtnnoe discussions on withdrawal from the EU. According to him, the Kremlin did not expect the use of the name of the Russian Chapter in the debate on the “brexit”.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The statement of British Prime Minister David Cameron about the evils of exit from the EU with the mention of the name of Russian President Vladimir Putin was the topic at a briefing in the Kremlin, reports TASS. Recall that the head of the British government, trying to persuade fellow citizens to keep the country’s membership in the EU, asked the question “who would be happy if we went out?” and he answered – “Putin can be happy.”

Press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday that, “the use of the factor of President Putin in the theme of “brexit” (British exit from the abbreviation is “British exit”) is for the Kremlin a new element. However, he added that Moscow, in principle, already got used that the Russian factor is one of the sustainable instruments, in particular the use of American policy in his election campaign.

Thus in the Kremlin have reminded that President Putin has repeatedly stated that Moscow is interested in partnership relations with the EU and with the countries outside it, including Britain.

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