Russia Denies Leaking 'F*** The EU' Call
MOSCOW (AP) — An aide to
Russia's deputy prime minister, who was among the first to post a video online
containing a bugged phone call between two U.S. diplomats, says neither he nor
the Russian government played a role in leaking the tape.
Loskutov told The Associated Press by telephone on Friday that he was surfing a
social networking website when he came across the video in which the top U.S.
diplomat for Europe, Victoria Nuland, disparages the European Union. He said
his decision to repost the video had no connection to his work for the Russian
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said Moscow's apparent role in
publicizing the video was "a new low in Russian tradecraft."
human beings all throughout its existence as a super power it existed like a
coward. Just imagine and remember a snake poisonous or nonpoisonous but it
would strike when it need to whenever it is exposed and strike before the other
side can take action.
get exposed and come to harm. So, Russian hurriedly to inflict maximum harm to
US with the intent to divide the friendly relationship between US and EU, it
did not lose time and without realizing that the relationship of US and EU is
based on very strong foundations.
relationship between these two entity was attempted even by the most trusted
so called friends many times before with the evil design tried to crake it relationship but miserably failed.
escape with the technology to hake individual’s activities specially of the US Embassies employees all over the world
then such would not be restricted to this episode only. About the rest of the actions to be taken, the
authorities would definitely would not fail to take.