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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The guest, not the host: Press office, Medvedev commented, “the history of my dear country”

Press Secretary of the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev Natalia Timakova has hastened to calm the passions that erupted around the allegations that the residence Milovka under reach, located on the Volga in the Ivanovo region, on which rested the Prime Minister, is his personal property.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

The information that expensive estate with an area of 80 hectares in the town of Pless three helipads, a ski slope and special communication tower, underground buildings , two guest houses and the manor Milovka” 1775 built belongs to Dmitry Medvedev, announced earlier in the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexey Navalny. The Fund’s representatives have made similar conclusions, viewing geotagged so beloved Prime Minister selfie, as well as on the basis of data of the cadastral passport of the land plot and real estate.

However, the press service of the head of government insists that Medvedev and members of his family rested in the notorious dacha near Plyos as guests and not as hosts.

“This country, like other objects of temporary residence not owned Medvedev and not used by him and members of his family on another legal basis… This does not mean that they have never been there… But add that the residence is placed on the temporary or permanent residence of the Prime Minister, are under the protection of the FSO and provided to the SCS,” said Natalya Timakova, whose words quoted by Газета.Ru.

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