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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Peskov told about the fall of the level of cultural discussion with the UK

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov in an interview with RT told about “cultural discussions” with the UK.

photo: kremlin.ru

In his opinion, the level of British culture “is becoming lower and lower”.

“The birthplace of Byron, Shakespeare and Conan Doyle, a once brilliant Empire with amazing traditions in politics and diplomacy and so on has become a country where politicians allow themselves, to put it mildly, irresponsible statements. Is the problem”, — said Peskov.

According to the press Secretary of the Russian leader, is a reflection of the very “unpredictable hostile” policy.

“And we, unfortunately, have to deal with this situation, trying to minimize the consequences of this situation for our country”, – said Peskov

He also added that the Russian authorities are using all diplomatic and political methods, it is necessary to provide the most suitable and comfortable environment to achieve internal goals.

Earlier, the Minister of defence of the United Kingdom Gavin Williamson has accused Russia of trying to undermine world order and advised her to “step aside and shut up”.

The defense Ministry responded sharply to the head of the military Department. So, the General-major Igor Konashenkov has described the speech of the British Minister as “the rhetoric of the marketplace habalki” that characterizes “the extreme degree of his intellectual impotence”.

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