Foreign Agent Maxim Galkin
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The Russians are discussing the massive appeal of star foreign agents to the court for a second day. Celebrities recognized as foreign agents decided to challenge their status. Among the applicants were Maxim Galkin* and Semyon Slepakov**. Both fled Russia to Israel. Being in a foreign land, artists make anti-Russian statements with enviable regularity. Vladimir Solovyov did not stay aloof from what was happening.
“Whoever is there, there is Galkins… They all file and say: ‘We don’t want to be foreign agents.’ You know what I’ll tell you? I support them,” Vladimir Solovyov was surprised.
According to him, foreign agents must answer to the law differently. “The producer, artist and musician Semyon Slepakov, who left Russia after the start of the SVO, filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Justice demanding the removal of the foreign agent status. I think you are absolutely right… It is necessary to remove the status of a foreign agent and be tried under the article “Treason against the Fatherland. They are traitors. They are not foreign agents,” the host of the “Soloviev LIVE” program got angry.
Solovyov is sure that foreign agents turned against their homeland and the people. “Therefore, let’s call a spade a spade and file articles against them, according to which they will not have to write ‘foreign agent’, but sit down! And better for life,” he added.
By the way, the host of the program, even before Slepakov was recognized as a foreign agent, reacted negatively to his attacks. “Well, what a nit Semyon Slepakov! … Not a man … And you look at them and think, after all, for how many years they have taken money from the government with a smack of the lips, from anyone. How pathetic .. “Soloviev was outraged.
He also talked about Galkin. “Max Galkin is the son of an officer … Max is a piece …” – said Vladimir Rudolfovich.
* The Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation included Maxim Galkin in the list of foreign individuals-agents
** The Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation included Semyon Slepakov in the list of foreign individuals-agents