Kirill Serebrennikova: Ekaterina Chesnokova / RIA Novosti
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov commented on the statement of journalist Yury Duda and directed by Kirill Serebrennikov to the award of magazine GQ. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
According to him, the Kremlin is not inclined to exaggerate value of social events and also to project the statements of individual speakers on the public mood. “It’d be wrong. It would be unprofessional to associate it with the overall mood. From these points of view, there is a lot of opponents, not less reasonably could to break these points,” said Sands.
Also, the press Secretary of the President said that the head of state watched a documentary Dude about Beslan. “I watched the President — no. Will refrain from comments,” he said.
Earlier, on 11 September, the Dude and silver coins became the winner of GQ magazine’s “man of the year”. During the ceremony, the journalist from the stage of the Moscow state Conservatory named after Tchaikovsky made a speech in which he asked the audience and participants of the event not to be silent about political issues in Russia.
Kirill Serebrennikov said that the people of the year to recognize those who “fought for justice.” “I would say that people years of those who agreed to exchange prisoners (Ukraine — approx. “Of the tape.ru”), those who are not allowed to put [the journalist “Medusa”] Vanya Golunova, those people who go out and fight for justice and give the opportunity to our country to live common sense, decency, integrity, hope,” the Director said during the ceremony.
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