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Friday, April 20, 2018

Farkhad Akhmedov: the British conspiracy theories only strengthen Russia

Famous English newspaper “daily mail” published an interview with the Russian businessman and former politician, Farhad Ahmadov, in which he shares his opinion about the background of the conflict London with Moscow, followed the attempted murder of a double agent Skripal.

Farkhad Akhmedov

“Recent events show that the British government deliberately waging a campaign of politically motivated conspiracies and organized provocations against Russia and its citizens”, – quotes the printed edition of the Russian ex-Senator, who said that all what is happening is a witch hunt, organized by the British intelligence service MI-6.

Akhmedov am sure that the Prime Minister of great Britain Teresa may wants at the expense of worsening relations with the Kremlin to divert the attention of the British and world public opinion from the topic of Breccia. “The prosecution of Ms. may’s address of President Putin and the Kremlin Skripal after poisoning with nerve gas – the latest example of a long anti-Russian campaign of witch hunt designed to divert attention from Brakcet”, – quotes the edition of the Russian businessman.

According to Akhmedov, the British Prime Minister and her weak government want to turn Russian President Vladimir Putin in the so-called “horror stories” trying to abracadaball that Britain is “still an important player on the world stage”. “The saddest thing for little Britain that Russia in response to her aggressive words, hostile actions and absurd conspiracy theories just shrugs,” adds Farhad Ahmadov.

The Farkhad Akhmedov also considers himself a victim of a witch hunt. It comes to the largest in British divorce proceedings, one of the main participants of which was the ex-Senator. The high court of Britain issued the verdict, according to which the businessman must pay his ex-wife 453 million pounds.

Ahmadov considers that the complaint for divorce, filed in a British court his ex-wife with her defenders, the court adopted in circumvention of the law. “The court and the entire British legal system did not take into account the obvious: we both are Russian citizens in Russia were married and in the same by law, divorced, and then I paid my ex-wife a generous and adequate remuneration Ahmadov said in an interview with a journalist of the London newspaper.

“The objects of his persecution in London, first of all, do those who retain close ties with Russia and defends its interests – says the publication in the “daily mail” the Vice-President of the Academy of real politics Sergei Solovyov. – Do the same Akhmedov, refusing to provide a strategic country for the documentation of the company Nortgaz English auditor, at the request of the High court”, – informs the Agency REGNUM.

“The attitude of the British authorities to Farhat Akhmedov is very significant, – commented the political scientist, candidate of Sciences Alexey Kuznetsov. – While they give political asylum and, as they say, is widely opened doors to personalities who made their money on the gray export and other dubious schemes, businessmen, not wishing to throw mud at their country, are under severe pressure and ostracism. This leads to the idea that the extremely hard decision of the High court of London, who was ordered to pay Ahmedov his ex-wife, whom he divorced many years ago in Moscow, almost $ 600 million, is primarily demonstrative violence as a warning to other English and foreign entrepreneurs”, – the expert believes.

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