Moscow replies after Draghi calls Viklov’s words “obscene”-English

(ANSA)-May 3 Rome-Prime Minister Mario Draghi describes Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Viklov as “obscene” on Sunday on Italian media set television claiming that Adolf Hitler has Jewish roots After that, Moscow replied on Tuesday.

Moscow justified the invasion of Ukraine because it had to “blame” its neighbors, and Hitler’s comment was in response to the argument that Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky could not be a Nazi because he was Jewish. bottom.

Draghi also criticized the appearance of the Mediaset show in connection with the fact that his comments were not disputed, saying it was more like a speech at a rally than an interview. ..

Maria Zakharova, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said through Telegram that Italian journalists wanted an interview, but Viklov did not. (ANSA).

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