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Kremlin Says Journalists Preparing Hatchet Job on Putin

The Kremlin has pronounced that a series of reporters are scheming an ‘information attack’ on President Vladimir Putin, a RBC news website reported Monday.

“Another hoax [article], sanctimonious to be design is due to be expelled in a entrance days. We perceived some really accessible requests [for information], though they seemed to form partial of an interrogation,” presidential orator Dmitry Peskov was quoted by RBC as saying.

The ask was filed by a International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ), a tellurian network of 185 reporters specializing in investigations, according to Peskov.

The presidential orator pronounced a reporters were meddlesome mostly in Putin’s personal information.

The questions concerned information about a president’s family, his childhood friends, “businessmen Kovalchuk and Rotenberg, some offshore companies, entrepreneurs that Putin has never met,” Peskov said.

The Kremlin’s orator pronounced that a arriving element has already been paid for and combined that these questions have been answered “hundreds of times.”

Peskov pronounced that an essay about Putin is also being prepared by one “rather obvious general news agency.” The agency’s reporters are meddlesome in Putin’s resources and business connections, according to Peskov.

Peskov pronounced that a Kremlin will not respond to a journalists’ questions.

“Denying something countless times or commenting on something that has no propinquity to us is only silly,” Putin’s orator was quoted as observant by RBC.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/563914.html

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