The Gorbachev Foundation has denied the existence of the London archive

Representatives of the Gorbachev Foundation stated that the organization never had no office, no archive in London. There’s also deny the fact of cooperation with the International Association of public relations (International Public Relations Association), in the former premises of the British squatters allegedly found documents of the Fund, founded by the first President of the USSR. This was stated by the representative of the organization Vladimir Polyakov, reports on Saturday, February 25, RIA Novosti.

“The Gorbachev Foundation never had office in London, and with any such organizations, we do not cooperate, at least I do not know, although I work with the beginning of the Foundation,” said Polyakov.

Previously, the newspaper The Guardian reported that the squatters, who had seized the mansion in front of Buckingham Palace, found in the premises of the archive of the Gorbachev Foundation. In their hands, in particular, was a confidential letter signed by former Soviet leader. Among the documents were letters addressed to various transnational corporations, which contained a request to Fund the Foundation’s initiatives.

Currently, the activists seized the house is owned by a banker from Bahrain to Abdulrahman al-Jasmi. Before that, there was located the office of the International Association on public relations.

The Gorbachev Foundation is a Russian non-governmental non-profit organization researching the history of the restructuring and other issues relevant to the Russian and world history.