The Russian foreign Ministry commented on the creation of the website of the state Department in Ukraine

МИД РФ прокомментировал создание сайта Госдепа по Украине

Maria Zakharova

Russian office announced the return of the publication to run the state Department website about “Russian aggression” in Ukraine.

The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova announced the publication of the response to the launch of the state Department website about “Russian aggression” in Ukraine, according to Russian media.

Earlier, the special envoy of the US state Department in Ukraine Kurt Volker said in his Twitter about the launch of the website “Countering the aggression of Russia in Ukraine”, which will be published satellite images, maps, statistics that allegedly “details the impact of aggression” of Russia in Ukraine.

“Stupidity is the only thing worse than stupidity, stupidity with the initiative. I think in this case we have exactly this example, because if Mr. Walker just put in front of the subject (the Minsk agreement), which wrote, he’d just realized that there is about Russia in General and does not say, it says about the obligations of the parties – Kiev and from the other side of Donetsk and Lugansk. But this seems to be the American representative still hiding, I think that we can fill in the gaps,” she said.

Zakharov added that Moscow “understands” why the site was launched right now.

“We have seen now a tour of the presidential candidate (Poroshenko – ed.) in the USA, this part of the election program, even you have no questions, so that these sites appear now, is not news. But we only give a reason, so we have to answer. We also run and tables and materials,” – said the diplomat.

We will remind, on the anniversary of the signing of the Minsk agreements, Walker said that Russia for four years and continues to break them.

In Russia the role of US special envoy on Ukraine I think it is very neirotoksicescoe.

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