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 Presidential Administration says Russian secret service fabricated Poroshenko's alleged letters of 2007 to Russian FSB

The alleged copies of President Petro Poroshenko's letters to the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), dated February 2007, with promise not to act against Russia spread by Georgian Rustavi-2 TV channel are a fake.

Censor.NET reports citing the statement by the president’s press office.

"The so-called "letters" of Petro Poroshenko are a low-brow fake created by Russian secret service and slipped to Rustavi-2 TV channel. One fact that is easy to verify speaks volumes about the FSB fiasco. Oleksii Poroshenko got married in Kyiv in Sept. 2013. Therefore, Petro Poroshenko’s eldest son had no wife in 2007.

“The Presidential Administration’s press office calls on the media to stop spreading fake news which has clearly been ordered by the aggressor state. As for the media which have spread the unverified information, namely Ukrainska Pravda and Newsone, we expect them to offer public apologies," the statement reads.

Earlier, on Jan. 14, Georgian Rustavi-2 TV channel showed alleged copies of President Petro Poroshenko's letters to the FSB promising not to act against Russia's interests. Petro Poroshenko failed to enter the Russian Federation on Feb. 3, 2007. On Feb. 6, 2007, it became known that Poroshenko was barred from entering the country. Subsequently, the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a document saying that the entry ban was imposed on Ukrainian MP Poroshenko in response to an unfriendly act committed by the Ukrainian authorities.

Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n3044229
 
 
 
 
 
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