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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Zakharova called ridiculed by Russians Psaki my buddy in the US state Department


The official representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia Maria Zakharova summed up the past 2017. In particular, the Russian diplomat was upset by the use of minors in the protests in Russia and talked about how if she has friends in the American foreign Ministry, reports RT.

“How can it be, will seem strange, but we had a very constructive relationship with Jen Psaki (former state Department spokesman of the United States), it was a pleasure to work with her as a person. I can tell you, and I never hid it,” — said the speaker of the Russian foreign Ministry.

Zakharova also said that in 2017 it is very shocked that in the past year to participate in rallies and protests in Russia were recruited and used underage children and adolescents.

Earlier, the Russian diplomat urged the permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations Nikki Haley to share the American experience of the crackdown of the protests.

Former state Department spokesman Jen Psaki was the official representative of US state Department from 2013 to 2015, after that, she went to work as assistant to the President Barack Obama’s communications. Psaki got a huge “glory” and became a “household name” among Russians due to their ridiculous ridiculous statements, as well as “famous” incident with an open microphone and a stage appearance in one boot.

Earlier, she urged the American colleagues from the US state Department to begin to study historical data.

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