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Moscow Says Police Assault on U.S. Diplomat ‘Made Up’

Russia’s Foreign Ministry has claimed that reports of an American diplomat being assaulted by Russian law coercion are “made up,” a Meduza news website reported Thursday.

The Washington Post journal published a news Wednesday that a confidence ensure in a uniform of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) had assaulted an American diplomat outward a U.S. embassy in Moscow, violation a man’s shoulder.

Maria Zakharova, a Russian Foreign Ministry’s central orator responded to a news in an talk published Thursday on a ministry’s website.

“A questionable chairman wearing a shawl pulled down low over his face got out of a cab and rushed toward a entrance. The policeman on avocation wished to check a man’s papers though a different male strike him in a face with his elbow. In a indirect scuffle a male pushed a policeman divided and hid himself in a embassy,” pronounced Zakharova.

Zakharova pronounced that a American diplomat was a CIA representative returning from a goal and whose tactful pass was zero though a cover.

“The damaged shoulder is only from a area of fantasy,” she said.

“We again bewail that Washington ceaselessly aims to hurt family with irritation and disinformation.”

The Washington Post has formerly reported systematic danger of U.S. tactful staff by Russia’s confidence forces.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/573970.html

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