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Peskov called Blinken’s statement on Raisi’s death rude

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 09:13:35

Blinken said that “the people of Iran and the world as a whole are likely to benefit from the death of President Raisi.”


On Wednesday, May 22, a journalist from Komsomolskaya Pravda asked the official representative of the Kremlin to answer the following questions…

… – Dmitry Sergeevich, why did the Russian delegation go to the funeral of President Raisi, although this was not supposed to happen? Was it this decision, this wish of the president of Russia?

“The delegation did not go, first of all, to the funeral, but to say goodbye,” Peskov said. – And in fact, after the Iranian side announced the farewell ceremony, the place and time of its celebration, the president made such a decision and authorized Volodin to make this flight.

– It is empty. And another question. It is as if the Kremlin commented on Blinken’s wild statement that “the people of Iran and the world as a whole likely benefited from the death of President Raisi,” and the United States rejoiced at this event.

Here is how, verbatim, the press secretary responded to this question of mine:

– To be honest, I have not yet seen this statement in the original. It is hard to believe that a diplomat, especially one of such high rank, a representative of a country like the United States of America, could make such a diplomatically uncomfortable statement. And, in essence, a rude statement about an entire people.

“It was published twice,” I noted. – tonight and this morning. That’s probably how it all happened. Thank you.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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