Medvedev about the film Bulk: attempt to promote themselves

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Activesprite in fotoreceptor of the government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev in interview to the Russian TV channels. 30 November 2017Medvedev about the film Bulk: attempt to promote themselves© RIA Novosti / Alexander Activesprite the image Bank

Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev considers the opus-like film of Alexei Navalny about it, the authors attempt to spin itself.

«The creation of works like these movies and so on has one simple political objective – to promote themselves and create tension,» — said the Prime Minister in an interview with Russian TV channels.

According to Medvedev, that is why he did not sue Navalny.

«That’s exactly for such people not to spin. And given the characteristics of these people that are doing this — why do I need to provide them with additional advertising? No sense. If they charlatans — then charlatans», — said the Prime Minister.

In March, Navalny posted on his YouTube channel in the film, which talks about what the Russian Prime Minister with the help of non-profit funds allegedly acquired a variety of assets. Medvedev earlier called for the purpose of this film is an attempt «to get people outside and to achieve their political goals», calling such behavior «disgraceful position».

Lublin, and then and Moscow city court ordered Navalny Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) to remove fragments of a video about Medvedev, referring to the businessman Alisher Usmanov. Navalny said he was not going to remove either the whole video or any of its parts, despite the fact that the courts have recognized disclosed information about.

Director of FBK Roman Rubanov said that the organization could not remove the video, which refers to Usmanov, as the account on YouTube is not controlled by the FCO. The Fund wrote a refutation of the information on the businessman, recognized by the courts about.

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