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Saturday, January 20, 2018

The bastards didn’t wait: Rogozin removed from Twitter threats to Romania

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin removed from your Twitter entry made after the plane with him on Board were not passed through the territory of Romania in Moldova.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

Recall that Rogozin’s tweet was published on 28 July: “the Romanian authorities have endangered the lives of passengers of airliner S7, women and children. The fuel was enough to Minsk. Wait for an answer, you bastards” — he then threatened the officer.

Recall that Rogozin was flying to Chisinau for a meeting with President of Moldova Igor Dodon normal civilian flight, however, the Romanian authorities, recognizing that Board sanctions the person permission to fly through their territory was not given.

Other way to get to Moldova, Rogozin is not found, as Ukraine also prohibits flights by Russian aircraft through its airspace. In the end, the Deputy Prime Minister decided to meet with the Dodon in Tehran.

In addition to write about “reptiles” Rogozin erased and also debate with the employee “First channel” Svetlana Kolosova, who wrote that he sympathizes with the passengers, who suffered due to Rogozin. In response, the officer called the woman a “fifth column”.

Recall that after the incident with Rogozin, the Deputy of the state Duma from “Fair Russia” Oleg Nilov proposed to ban all Romanian aircraft overflights over Russia, however, his idea did not find support.


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