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Monday, February 19, 2018

A us Senator has requested an explanation from the White house because of the visit Naryshkin

A member of the Democratic party Charles Schumer is asking the White house to explain how the head of the foreign intelligence service of Russia Sergei Naryshkin, included in the “Kremlin report”, appeared in the United States. A special curiosity of the Senator calls the circle of persons met by the head of the Russian foreign intelligence service.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is asking the White house to give clarification on visit to USA the head of the Russian foreign intelligence Service (SVR) Sergei Naryshkin.

“Trump administration should immediately and clearly answer the question of who it is from American government representatives met with Naryshkin”, — quotes the words of Senator to Politico.

Moreover, Charles Schumer sure that Naryshkin arrived in the delegation. So the Senator requires him to explain what the officials subject to us sanctions, was accompanied by the head of the Russian intelligence.

That the head of the RAF visited the States said the Russian Ambassador to the USA Anatoly Antonov. “Won’t you be misled, Sergey was here. He came,”— said Antonov, the TV channel “Russia 1”. Antonov also said that in the framework of this visit, intelligence agencies of the two countries exchanged information on the upcoming world Cup.

He Naryshkin stressed that cooperation with us intelligence is built constructively. These words he uttered after he failed to prevent the attack in Saint-Petersburg.

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