The foreign Ministry will direct the appeal to CNN regarding the report on three-year Omran Danise from Aleppo — old boy, allegedly suffered from the actions of the Russian HQs in Syria. This was stated by the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova in the program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov” on “Russia 1”.
According to Zakharova, “what is happening now with CNN, is the half — life of the channel.” She recalled, which was organized by the pipeline pressure on Tram: “custom information fabricated as mud pies in the sandbox.”
Zakharova said that the story of the Syrian boy is not over “as easy as we would like to CNN”. “We will send the corresponding letter to the Moscow Bureau because we twice officially called the TV station somehow to react, and in General — by and large — to apologize for what happened real spoofing, manipulation of public opinion”, — said the official representative of the foreign Ministry.
According to Zakharova, “it was obviously prepared action, when CNN’s Christiane Amanpour came to Moscow on interview with the Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and, as the Joker out of his sleeve, completely out of any context, under the curtain, it was under the curtain, took this photo of the boy and began by and large information to blackmail”.
“But I want to pay attention: because now the whole story about trump, his administration around based on the fact that some forces have influenced elections in the United States. I want to remind you that this interview, with this photo, it was shown on CNN before the election — just two to three weeks. How is it not the manipulation of public opinion! How can this not impact specifically on the voter obviously false facts,” — said Maria Zakharova.
In early June, Maria Zakharova invited leading CNN’s Christiane Amanpour to personally go to Syria and do a interview with the boy from Aleppo by Omran Technisem. The photo of the child victim in August 2016 airstrike allegedly by Syrian and Russian aircraft, became a symbol of the tragic situation of children in Aleppo. Amanpour during an interview with Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov showed him the photo of the boy with the words “this is a crime against humanity.”