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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Poklonskaya linked the crisis “VIM-Avia” with “Matilda”


The Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Natalia Poklonskaya in an interview with TV channel “Rain” have seen similarities in the situation with stop work of the companies “VIM-Avia” and the release of the film “Matilda”.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

She commented on the statement of the President of the Russian Federation about incomplete official correspondence of the Minister of transport Maxim Sokolov, and Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, saying that the prevention of negative situations are not able to work not only they, in the case of the airline, but also “other authorities”.

“This is true even of the movie “Matilda,” explained Taylor. – That’s the year I write about the fact that the competent authorities have taken measures to respond to suppress. That is not to wait will be negative consequences, and to prevent the occurrence of negative phenomena, to issue a warning, caution. In the case of “VIM-Avia” it was necessary also to obtain some information to react.”

According to the Deputy, the issue of film “is also so sensitive, and it was necessary to pay attention to the heads of the competent authorities, which shall in virtue of his office, to work to prevent, prevent the occurrence of such phenomena.”

While Poklonskaya has expressed confidence that “law enforcement officers will understand who is to blame”.

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