In the Kremlin the protests in Hamburg called bullying

В Кремле протесты в Гамбурге назвали хулиганством

The representative of the Russian President did not see in the actions of anti-globalization clear goals.

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the bullying happens and the antics of anti-globalization in Hamburg during the G20 summit did not interfere with his conduct, RIA Novosti reported.

“It does not hurt the summit. This is no irony. Such bullying some, they happen. I honestly don’t want to offend anyone, that these anti-globalists, but I don’t understand why they were protesting,” said Sands.

He added that perceived the protests solely as bullying.

“I saw there, in Hamburg, people who have articulately explained that they don’t like, what they call heads of state and government who are involved in this. And since I didn’t see it, just saw it solely as acts of hooliganism”, − said the representative of the Russian President.

Earlier it was reported that during the riots in Hamburg suffered 500 police officers and 288 people were detained.

Foreign Minister of Germany, Sigmar Gabriel, said that the riots in the days of the G20 summit has caused serious harm to the image of Germany in the eyes of the international community.