Kiev has accused Russian secret services prank call on behalf of Poroshenko
Press Secretary of the President of Ukraine Svyatoslav Tsigalko accused Russian secret services in an attempt to arrange a fake call on behalf of Petro Poroshenko, the President of Poland Andrzej Duda. Those accusations Tsegolko said in his Facebook.
Tsigalko said that the attempt to organize such a conversation is a Testament to the “Russian trace in the attack on the Consulate General of Poland in Lutsk”. “Russian intelligence services attempted on behalf of Ukraine to organize an evening phone conversation with Andrzej Duda. The so-called “culprit” did not know that the conversation has already taken place, and the office of the President of Poland in constant coordination with the presidential Administration of Ukraine”, — he said.
A statement by the press Secretary of the President of Ukraine on the ties of the Romanian to Russian intelligence said Russian Prancer Vladimir Kuznetsov, known as Vova, reports “RIA Novosti”. Kuznetsov has called the charges “another nonsense inflamed brain Tsigalko and company.” “Apparently, soon the news that the culprit through the phone fired at the Consulate of Poland in Ukraine”, — said Kuznetsov.
The shelling of the Polish Consulate in Lutsk on March 29. Unknown fired at the building of the diplomatic mission from a grenade launcher. As a result of incident nobody has suffered. The security service of Ukraine (SBU) has accused of involvement in the incident to Russia, saying Russian characteristic “handwriting” in the terrorist attack.