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Monday, April 16, 2018

Sobchak criticized the “Kremlin report” ready to go to the USA and fix

One of the candidates to participate in presidential elections in Russia in March 2018 Ksenia Sobchak made a statement that the so-called “Kremlin report” the U.S. Treasury is not quite fair.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

From the point of view of well-known TV presenter in the list must be Russian officials, mired in corruption, as well as those persons who “was responsible for military operations in Ukraine”.

In addition, the reporter suggests that the presence in the list of such businessmen Yuri Milner and Michael Friedman.

“These people have earned their money to this government, they just develop the Russian economy”, – quotes Sobchak, RIA “Novosti”.

So, in her opinion, “the Kremlin report” shows that Americans do not really understand how the world of business and government in Russia.

To fix the situation, Sobchak said that to go to the United States for meetings with influential officials and senators and expressed the hope that it will become the “mediator between Moscow and Washington.”

Earlier it was reported that representatives of the headquarters Sobchak brought to the CEC container 24 with 105 thousands of signatures for the registration of the journalist in the upcoming elections.

We will remind that on January 29 in the U.S. Congress was the so called “Kremlin report”, which referred to 210 people, including 114 influential politicians and 96 close to them businessmen.

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