Peskov declined to speak about the attitude of Putin to Medvedev after...

Peskov declined to speak about the attitude of Putin to Medvedev after protests

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Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov was considered improper question, whether the changed attitude of Vladimir Putin to Dmitry Medvedev after the film FBK and rallies. Held in Moscow in inconsistent Peskov called the rally a provocation

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called incorrect the question of journalists, whether the changed attitude of Vladimir Putin to Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev after the movie about him the Fund of struggle against corruption and anti-corruption meetings held on March 26.

“The question is invalid,” — said Peskov, reports RBC.

Answering the question whether in the Kremlin that the meetings are heated from the outside, Peskov said that the Kremlin does not have any information about this. “In the case of Moscow, was an obvious provocation,” he said. Press Secretary of the President explained that “provocation was to invite people to take part in the action, which was obviously inconsistent, and to position it as legitimate”.

On the eve of the Putin and Medvedev for the first time since last Sunday in the country rallies together appeared in public. The President and the Prime Minister together visited the island of Alexandra Land archipelago Franz-Joseph, where the estimated results of liquidation of environmental damage in the Arctic zone of Russia.

As was said the source of RBC in the government, the offer to go to the Land of Franz Josef Medvedev came from Putin personally. A spokesman for Prime Minister Natalia Timakova has confirmed to RBC that the proposal came from the Kremlin. The source in the government said that to go to the Land of Franz Josef Putin invited Medvedev “even before Sunday’s events” (anti-corruption rallies. — RBC).

Last Sunday in many major Russian cities have passed anti-corruption rallies. The largest took place in Moscow. Furthermore, the action was not coordinated with the Metropolitan municipality and resulted in the arrest of more than 1 million people.



Rallies against corruption: the detainees are not in a hurry to release the Video: RBC

The event was organized by the oppositionist Alexei Navalny. His Fund of struggle against corruption has previously released the film-investigation “He’s not Dimon.” The film argued that the Prime Minister has “huge tracts of land in the elite areas and disposes of yachts and apartments in old mansions, as well as the agro-complexes and wineries in Russia and abroad”. During anti-corruption rallies, the participants demanded to start investigation against Medvedev in the Wake of this film.