The Kremlin distanced itself from the accusations Steinmeier Nazism


RIA Novosti

Vladimir Putin shares the opinion of his Advisor Sergei Glazyev on “complicity in the Nazi putsch in Kiev” President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier. It is reported TASS with reference to press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.

“Does the President do not share. In this case, of course, like a message in Twitter is nothing more than an expression of a personal point of view. Very controversial,” said Sands.

Earlier, Sergei Glazyev said in his Twitter account that Steinmeier contributed to the “legitimization of this (the Kiev authorities – the Rambler/news) neo-fascist regime.” At the time of placing the news Glazyev’s account in the social network was removed.

On 12 February, the former head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Germany Frank Walter Steinmeier was elected President of the country. Candidacy policy 931 was supported by the delegate of the Federal Assembly of the 1239 people. Steinmeier will assume the office of President of Germany on March 19. According to Peskov, Vladimir Putin sent a congratulatory telegram Steinmeier in honor of election politics.