Putin will not attend the funeral of the ex-Japanese-pm Shinzo Abe-Kremlin
Japan-Abbe/Funeral-Russia: Putin will not attend the funeral of the Japanese ex-PM Shinzo Abe-Kremlin July 25 (Reuters) - Russian president Vladimir Putin will not attend the national funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the Kremlin said on Monday. "No, (Vladimir) Putin does not intend to go to Japan and attend the funeral," said Kremlin spokesperson Dmitri Peskov, to journalists, adding that Russia had Not yet decided from the presence of the country at the funeral.
A close friend of Yevgeny Zinichev claims that the former emergency minister was eliminated. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin
A close friend of Yevgeny Zinichev claimed that the former emergency minister was eliminated and did not death.
The former governor of the Kaliningrad Oblast died last year after having mysteriously dropped and if the official version was advancing that Zinichev had died after preventing a falling person, the details are still missing.
Solomon Ginzburg, a parliamentarian based in the Kaliningrad region, went to Facebook to explain that his late friend was not dead by accident.
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He wrote: "I - and I suppose you too - absolutely do not believe that it is a tragic accident on September 8, 2021. The truth will be made public.
Putin and Zinichev were very close, the two men got closer when they worked at the KGB together.
During the burial of Zinichev, the president was present and was seen shedding a tear by touching the coffin of his friend.
Putin saw Zinichev as his successor at the Kremlin.
Putin wrote in a letter addressed to his family and loved ones: “I am stunned by the new tragic of the death of Yevgeny Nicholayevich Zinichev. I beg you to accept my sincere condolences and my support words in this painful hour. We have lost a real combat officer, a comrade, a man of inner strength, of incredible courage and bravery. For me, it is an irreplaceable personal loss. »
debate about exclusion from the party: SPD commission gives decision on Schröder .
The former Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder did not violate the party regulations of the SPD with his commitment to Russian state companies. Schröder could not be detected, the arbitration commission of the SPD sub-district region Hannover decided on Monday in the first instance. The Commission sees no basis for a complaint or even a party exclusion. Appeal against the decision can be made within two weeks.