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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

“Unprecedented hysterical”: in the Russian Embassy commented on the state Department’s statement on Crimea


The Embassy of the Russian Federation in the United States saw the us state Department statement issued after a visit by Vladimir Putin, Crimea, attempt to interfere in the upcoming elections of the President of Russia. The statement of the us diplomatic corps called “an unprecedented hysterical and bile”.


photo: kremlin.ru

In the Russian Embassy in the United States was subjected to psychological analysis the state Department’s statement on the Crimea, issued after a visit to the Peninsula by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Embassy believes that anger is a symptom of the wrongness of American diplomacy: “As the saying goes, you are angry, then you’re wrong.”

The state Department’s statement in the Russian diplomatic mission found “an unprecedented hysterical and bile”.

“Four years ago, the Crimean people made a historic decision. The state Department could not pass this event released an unprecedented hysterical and gall statement,” – said in a Facebook message.

For accusing Moscow of undermining the international order made by the USA after a visit by Vladimir Putin, Crimea, are attempts “to influence the political situation we have in the context of the upcoming elections”, according to the Embassy. Russian diplomats are confident that these attempts are doomed to failure: “none of this, Washington will not work”.

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