Peskov reacts to the words of Navalny’s wife. “Boorish accusations”

Peskov reacts to the words of Navalny's wife.  "Boorish accusations"

Dmitry Peskov commented on the serious accusations made by Yulia Navalnaya. “I don’t care what the murderer’s spokesman comments on my words,” wrote the widow of a Russian oppositionist.

A few days ago, Yulia Navalnaya published a short video in which she announced that she would continue her husband’s work. – I shouldn’t be in this place, I shouldn’t be recording this video. There should be another person in my place. But this man was killed by Vladimir Putin, she said.

– Putin killed the father of my children. Putin took away the most valuable thing I had. But Putin took Navalny from you too. (…) He wanted to kill our hope, our freedom, our future – she continued. Yulia Navalnaya emphasized that with her husband’s death she lost “half of her heart and her soul”, but the part that survived tells her that she has no right to give up.

Dmitry Peskov on Yulia Navalnaya’s words: Rude accusations

The Kremlin spokesman commented on the words of Alexei Navalny’s widow, including the allegations regarding Vladimir Putin’s responsibility for her husband’s death. – These are baseless, boorish accusations against the head of the Russian state, said Dmitry Peskov. It is worth recalling that Alexei Navalny’s family has still not received his body. The spokeswoman for the Russian oppositionist, Kira Yarmysh, announced that the body would be subjected to “chemical tests” for 14 days.

As reported by the Meduza portal, Dmitry Peskov, in a conversation with journalists, also commented on Yulia Navalnaya’s words that the Russian authorities are deliberately not releasing her husband’s body in order to hide the traces of poisoning. – Honestly, I don’t know this statement, but if it contained such words, then again it is nothing more than baseless accusations, because they are not supported by anything, they are not confirmed – countered the Kremlin spokesman.

“’Boorish’ is the word they decided on after a whole day of deliberation. They were really offended by Julia calling the murderer a murderer,” wrote Kira Jarmysz on the X website (formerly Twitter – ed.). “I don’t care what the murderer’s spokesman comments on my words. Give back Alexei’s body and allow him to be buried with dignity. Don’t prevent people from saying goodbye to him,” Yulia Navalnaya commented. The widow of the Russian oppositionist also appealed to journalists who “can still ask questions” not to focus on her but on her husband.

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