Go to ...

The Newspapers

Gathering and spreading news from various Russian Newspapers

The Newspapers on Google+The Newspapers on LinkedInRSS Feed

Thursday, March 22, 2018

SK undertook Zelensky for funding anti-terrorist operation in the Donbas

The Russian investigative Committee began checking Ukrainian actor Vladimir Zelensky known in the Russian film “8 new visits”, “Love in the city”, and many others, for funding anti-terrorist operation in the Donbass.

photo: ru.wikipedia.org

The investigative Committee of Russia took over the Ukrainian actor and showman Vladimir Zelensky.

Deputies from LDPR Mikhail Degtyarev and Alexander Kurdyumov suspect him of financing the operations of the ATO in the Donbass, which, in their opinion, has signs of genocide of the local population.

The response agencies signed TFR Deputy Ilya Lazutova said that the investigation of the criminal case on committing by representatives of power structures of Ukraine of crimes in the Donbass continues. according to RIA Novosti.

A day earlier, on the request of the liberal Democrats, the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov responded that the Russian authorities are not going to be like Ukraine and to prohibit the entry of cultural figures from this country, and will give to the Russian court to the audience the activities of the Ukrainian Directors, actors and other industry participants.

Note that Zelensky recently in Russia, presented the premiere of the new film “8 new visits”. In social networks, the Russians initiated a boycott of the picture.

Read the story: the Scandal surrounding the film with the actor Zelensky: go and don’t look

Albina dzhanabaeva condemned the act Zelensky

The Ukrainian crisis. Chronicle of events

Related posts:
Putin signed the laws of the pack Spring
Weapons based on new physical principles: Shoigu opened the forum "Army-2016"
Residents of Qatar rushed to supermarkets to buy food
The militia of the ATS came under fire from USA without coordinating actions with the Russian Federa...


More Stories From Politics