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28.09.2019 12:24 : Oreshkin: the Russian side is seriously fears the possibility of publishing the transcript of the conversation between the US and Russia

News | Moscow Echo 28.09.2019 at 09:24

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The reaction of the Russian Ministry of foreign Affairs and the press Secretary of the President of Russia on the possibility of publishing the transcript of the conversation between Vladimir Putin and Donald trump suggests that it may be something we should not see citizens. This opinion was expressed on air of radio station "Echo of Moscow" political analyst Dmitry Oreshkin.

"Judging from what Mr. Lavrov (Russian foreign Minister) is concerned, there may be something that will damage both the image of the tramp, and the image of Putin", — he said.

According to Dmitry Oreshkin, the United States Congress more powerful legislative body than in Russia, and may request to publish a transcript of the meeting of presidents V. Putin and D. trump, "he's entitled to it".

"the Difference is that in the US there is separation of powers, and what is called democracy, and we have. And in America it can be published," — said the analyst.

Dmitry Oreshkin also noted that in the case of the publication of such transcripts in Russia can take all the necessary measures so that nobody saw.

the White house has restricted access to records of telephone conversations of President Donald trump with the heads of several States. This came after accusations of pressure on Ukraine. At the request of legislators, the transcript of the conversation with trump Zelensky in July was given to them for study. This week the White house released the transcript of this conversation.

As the channel CNN, citing its sources, now officials, who previously were able to study the trump conversations with foreign colleagues, are deprived of such opportunities. We are talking about two phone calls, President Vladimir Putin and crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed Bin Salman.