June 27, 2014 13:06
Glazyev's Poroshenko remarks do not represent Kremlin's official view - presidential press secretary
MOSCOW. June 27 (Interfax) - Remarks made by Russian presidential advisor Sergei Glazyev concerning Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko do not represent the Kremlin's official position, the Russian president's press secretary Dmitry Peskov told Interfax.
In an interview with the BBC, Glazyev called the Ukrainian president "a Nazi" and suggested that the Association Agreement of Ukraine and the European Union was as illegitimate as the Ukrainian president, who did not receive the votes of the population in a number of Ukrainian regions.
"Glazyev's remarks do not represent the official point of view," Peskov reiterated.
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