Peskov responded to the question about the threats to Putin “to crush the Ukrainian army”


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Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said he had not heard from Vladimir Putin’s threats to “crush the Ukrainian army”, which he allegedly voiced during the negotiations, “Norman Quartet” in 2015. About it reports “Interfax” on Friday, August 31.

“I was almost all the talks I have not heard a phrase,” said Sands, responding to a reporter’s question, according to which, this remark of Putin is contained in the memoirs of the former President of France, Francois Hollande.

A Kremlin spokesman added that did not read the memoirs of the French leader, so can’t comment on excerpts from the book.

Relations between Moscow and Kiev deteriorated after the beginning of the military conflict in the South-East of Ukraine in 2014. The Ukrainian leadership accused Russia of involvement in the fighting. Moscow points to the unfounded nature of the charge and emphasized that Russian servicemen in Ukraine was not.

On 7 June, the Russian leader said that the current Ukrainian authorities are not able to solve the issue with the LC and the DNI.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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