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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Zakharova accused the comedians of Twitter in anti-Russian provocations


Official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova criticized the German authorities that, in its opinion, are sponsoring a humorous Russian-language Twitter account.


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As an example, this account Zakharova led Twitter Mid Roissi” (@Fake_MIDRF), which, according to her, is “fellow of the German Fund Herman bell, head of its Kyiv office,” according to RNS.

In August 2016, Russia is saber-rattling on the Western and southern boundaries. And also spent 18% of the Reserve Fund for the month. pic.twitter.com/fPbgBSoiJ4

— Foreign Rossi (@Fake_MIDRF) September 6, 2016.

Note that the Fund, in fact, named after the German writer Heinrich böll, while Twitter Mid Roissi” is conducted anonymously, as the records in it satirically reflect the Russian reality.

However, Zakharova said that Germany and the Green party had been directly involved in “personal attacks on the leadership of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of foreign Affairs”. She said that thus there are “unscrupulous anti-Russian actions”, and the Fund’s budget is formed from the taxpayers ‘ money of Germany.

Twitter Mid Roissi” is not the only humorous account, one way or another parody of the Russian reality. In addition to it there are the popular readers of accounts, “the Decadent West”, “the thoughts of perzident”, “Perzident Roissi”, “Peskov Mustache” and so on.

Zakharova did not explain whether it considers, and these accounts are funded from abroad, she also did not disclose the purpose of “provocation”.

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