The Kremlin urged not to poison speaking in the Bundestag student

© Deutscher BundestagВыступление student from Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district in the Bundestag. Archival photoThe Kremlin urged not to poison speaking in the Bundestag student© Deutscher Bundestag

The Kremlin is wrong to blame speaking in the Bundestag Russian student in the propaganda of Nazism.

The press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that «great persecution» of the boy is unclear. According to him, it is obvious that a teenager does not mean anything bad and he is very worried. Such feelings would be any student, speaking in the Bundestag.

«To accuse him of some evil intention, the more the propaganda of Nazism, of all mortal sins, it would be wrong,» — said Peskov.

He added that he agreed with the opinion of the assistant to the President Andrei Fursenko. «Indeed, it is necessary to focus on education, and not to exercise in terms of misanthropy,» said a Kremlin spokesman.

The fact that the performances, he said, «is unlikely to require any response from the President.»

Informed Fursenko, commenting on the speech of a boy called tolerant young people.

Student of Novy Urengoy spoke in the Bundestag about German soldiers who participated in the battle of Stalingrad. The teenager looked into his background for open source. According to the boy, the soldiers came to the camp for prisoners of war and could not return home — he «died from the harsh conditions of captivity». The student visited the «burial of soldiers of the Wehrmacht» near Kopeisk in the Chelyabinsk region, where, according to him, «I saw the victims, many of whom wanted to live peacefully and did not want to fight.»