• Bishkek considered pogovorili with President Poroshenko the victim of a prank

  • The administration of the President of Kyrgyzstan denied the telephone conversation of the head of Republic Almazbek Atambaev, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, reported the press service of the Ukrainian leader. While in Bishkek did not rule out that Poroshenko was the victim of a prank, reports on Wednesday, 2 November, the Kyrgyz newspaper AKIpress.

    "This information is unreliable. Perhaps the Ukrainian leader someone played," said head of Department of foreign policy office of the Kyrgyz President Sapar Isakov

    Earlier, on 2 November on the website Poroshenko reported about a telephone conversation Poroshenko with Atambayev. It said that the heads of state discussed topical issues of bilateral relations, including economic and trade. "Petro Poroshenko and Almazbek Atambayev discussed ways to overcome the problems encountered with the supply of Ukrainian products to Kyrgyzstan due to the restrictions by Russia of the transit of Ukrainian goods, as well as possible alternative routes," — noted in the message.

    As of 00:02 GMT 3 Nov this message remains on website the President of Ukraine. At the same time on the portal his Kyrgyz colleagues information about a telephone conversation with Poroshenko.

    In March pranker Vladimir Kuznetsov, nicknamed Vova and Alex Stolyarov (Lexus) said, they were easily able to get through to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. "All cases are different. Sometimes, to the President of a small country with a population of two million people is impossible to call. And Poroshenko we called without any problems when he was on a plane," said Stolyarov.

    In the same month Kuznetsov said, he is the author of the letter, written on behalf of Poroshenko in the name of Nadiya Savchenko, who at the time was in jail in Russia. According to him, the purpose of the drawing was to the hunger-servicewoman, who was then on trial, "has calmed down".


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