Friday, December 23, 2016

Vladimir Putin called the normal discussion around “Yeltsin Centre” – Kommersant

the President of Russia Vladimir Putin considers normal discussion around “Yeltsin Centre”, but does not exclude that the presentation of information about the history of Russia may require clarification. The President said that, in General, opposed to “sharpen the questions.”

Vladimir Putin stressed that discussing a topic with film Director Nikita Mikhalkov, the daughter of the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin Tatyana Dyachenko and her husband Valentin Yumashev. “Perhaps there are questions that require serious additional attentive approach, associated primarily with presenting information about the history of Russia — not only the latest time, but also history as a whole”,— said Vladimir Putin to a question at a press conference about the discussion surrounding the filing of historical information in “Yeltsin Centre”.

“the Fact that the debate takes place, there is nothing special, it’s normal… some people like (“Yeltsin”), someone has more liberal views on current events, someone more conservative, traditional. We have always had a thing rooted in the soil and Westerners,” he said. He noticed that in conditions when the country remembers the events of 1917, preparing to celebrate the centenary of the revolutionary events, it is necessary “to work towards reconciliation, rapprochement, and rupture, not to heighten the passions”.

we will Remind, Nikita Mikhalkov criticized the Federation Council, due to the fact that it “happens every day injection of the destruction of national identity of the people.” He has previously accused the centre named after the first Russian President in the distortion of history and demanded to change his program. He then visited the exhibition, and inspected about 20% exposure, and his opinion has not changed, calling the Museum “information Kurgan”.

read More about the visit of the Director read in the material “Kommersant” “This mound of information of a pagan nature.”


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