The Kremlin has refused to disclose the details of the last conversation between Putin and Poroshenko

Roman Sushchenko

The Kremlin did not comment on the words of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the fact that he during his last conversation with Russian leader Vladimir Putin discussed the situation with the reporter of “UKRINFORM” Roman Sushchenko. This told the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, the correspondent “” on Tuesday, may 16.

“We report those conversations [Putin] and those points that were discussed, which consider it expedient to report”, — told reporters Sands in response to their request to disclose the details of the conversation between the two leaders.

Poroshenko said that in his telephone conversation with Putin touched on the subject of Ukrainian citizens who are in Russian prisons at a press conference on Sunday, may 14. He did not specify when exactly the conversation was.

At the end of April Peskov explained to the media that the Russian President spends a lot of daily activities, including contacts with foreign leaders, however, are not always published relevant official reports.

Sushchenko detained in Moscow since October last year. He is accused of espionage. The FSB believes that the journalist, being the personnel officer of the Main intelligence Directorate of the defense Ministry of Ukraine, collected information about the Russian army. In Kiev, in turn, reported that Sushchenko has no relation to the Ukrainian defense Ministry.