Peskov denied the message error shown Putin the stone frames of the operation in Syria
MOSCOW, June 21. /TASS/. The message that shows Russian President Vladimir Putin and Director Oliver stone the video footage of the operation in Syria was erroneous, untrue. This was stated press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“This statement is false,” he said, saying that can confirm the authenticity of the video, which showed Putin. “It was really the defense,” he added. According to him, the other speculation “is wrong and inappropriate.”
Peskov did not detail to answer the question of who owned a smartphone, with a screen which Putin was showing the stone’s footage. “(It was the phone) one of the employees involved in the work of the President”, — he said.
On the eve of the publication of “Medusa”, said the Putin stone footage captured is not the operation of videoconferencing in Syria, and the attack by U.S. aircraft on the Taliban in Afghanistan. Scene, during which Putin shows stone the footage included in the documentary film “Interview with Putin”, which last week was released in the U.S. on Showtime.
Footage of “work VKS RF against ISIS”, which Putin showed Oliver stone, taken from the American video 2013, filmed in Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/3qKNxjgCE2
— CIT (@CITeam_ru) June 20, 2017