The Kremlin refused to watch the film “bi-Bi-si” about the fans and called it bad



The Kremlin is not looking and not going to watch published on BBC Two film about the Russian fans. As reported the correspondent of”.PY”, said the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

“Unfortunately, we are currently witnessing erosion in the quality and objectivity of our colleagues from the “bi-Bi-si”, in connection with than regret. The film, apparently, is also quite low level”, — he said.

According to him, probably not British to talk about the hooligans among football fans, “given the known history of hooliganism fans from the UK on the European continent”.

On 16 February, the British TV channel showed a documentary film Russia’s Hooligan Army (“the Russian army bullies”). It thought about the participation of Russians in the clashes of fans in Marseille during the European championship in 2016, and also said that the leaders of the Russian fans ‘ associations are satisfied with the selection of “fighters” for confrontations with rival groups. In General, the picture we are talking about the appearance in Russia of a new fan culture in football environment and questioned the safety of guests of the upcoming 2018 world Cup.

As noted on the website “bi-Bi-si”, the film is directed by Alex Stockley von Statzer (Alex Stockley von Statzer) went to the eagle to communicate with members of the group “Oryol butchers” involved in the riots in Marseille and visited Rostov-on-don, which will host five world Cup matches of the future.

The Russian Embassy in London said that the film makes a shocking impression, and the Minister of sport Pavel Kolobkov, with all parties assured that the issue of security during the 2018 world Cup and confederations Cup in 2017 — one of the main.

The world championship will be held from 14 June to 15 July 2018. The tournament matches will be played in 11 cities across the country.