The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, reacted emotionally to the publication of DW on the award of the Nobel Peace Prize. Judging by the diplomat’s reaction, the publication caused a very violent reaction. “Aaaaaaaaaa. What are they doing to me: my voice sat down, and I laugh to tears,” Zakharova wrote.
For the second day, passions around the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, Dmitry Muratov, have not subsided. The decision of the Nobel Committee surprised. Criticism flew to the journalist, including from the pages of liberal publications.
In her Telegram channel, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova drew attention to one such news. And, judging by the laughing emoticon and the text of the message, the Russian diplomat reacted very emotionally to the publication.
“Aaaaaaaaaa. Top propaganda from DW. What are they doing to me: my voice sat down, and I laugh to tears,” Zakharova admitted.
In her opinion, the publication “is simply obliged to start its news with the phrase that began the publication (” Not everything in Russia “).
“And here we’re“ all ”are marching and singing one song, and suddenly pluralism stirred in the ranks. A masterpiece, of course,” Zakharova continued her thought. with shouts “to count him”.
Not without irony, the diplomat completed her post as a whole, “applauding” the media.
“Bravo, DW’s Russian-language service, this is a success,” Zakharova summed up.
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