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Peskov offered not to waste time on a BBC film with Johnson


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Moscow, January 30 – Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov believes that if the BBC documentary broadcast on Monday with former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in line with the presented episode about the “threat” from Russian President Vladimir Putin, then journalists will not. It’s worth wasting time on.
Earlier, The Guardian reported that Johnson spoke about the conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin (shortly before the special operation began) in a three-part documentary, which will be released on Monday.
“We can’t respond to the release of films on the BBC. Let’s see what you say. Here is our response to an episode that is now being actively discussed in the UK this morning. So I have told you unequivocally about this episode. Key, when asked whether The Kremlin was going to respond to the publication of a documentary with former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson “We do not advise you to waste time.”

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Earlier, Peskov denied Johnson’s allegations that Russian leader Vladimir Putin “threatened” a “missile strike”.

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