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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Stone responded to the claim by Putin shown live from Syria

American film Director Oliver stone said Ukrainian bloggers Artur Nalbandyan and Fyodor Panasenko, who wrote in Facebook that the video shown to journalists by Putinym on the work of videoconferencing in Syria actually captured the American operation in Afghanistan. Earlier, this assumption has been refuted by the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

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“Bloggers say what the bloggers say. Why would he fake” stone said to the journalists ‘ question about the complaints about the clip shown to him by Putin.

As RT reports, stone, speaking at a press conference in the framework of the Starmus festival in Norway, also noted that Russia has done extraordinary work in the fight against ISIS (banned in Russia) in Syria.

Recall that the Ukrainian bloggers Artur Nalbandyan and Fyodor Panasenko wrote to Facebook that shows Vladimir Putin, Director Oliver stone the video, the story about this is included in the third part of the documentary film “Putin”, made not the work of Russian helicopters in Syria, and the elimination of an American Apache helicopter terrorists in Afghanistan.

After that, the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that can confirm the authenticity of the video with blows to positions of terrorists in Syria.

“The defense Minister is presented to the President, and some part was demonstrated by President Oliver stone”, – said Peskov.

Read the story: Putin gave stone the American video for Russian fight in Syria


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