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The Kremlin does not comment on the post in social networks of the singer Alla Pugacheva with a request to add her to the list of foreign agents. According to TASS, this was announced in an interview with journalists by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.
“I will not comment on this topic in any way,” he said.
Asked if any action should be taken in response to such a statement, he replied: “I don’t think this is a question that belongs to the Kremlin.”
As reported, the singer published a post on the social network the day before, in which she asked the Ministry of Justice to recognize her as a foreign agent after her husband Maxim Galkin (included in the register of individuals-foreign agents in Russia).
By law, the Ministry of Justice is obliged to recognize as foreign agents citizens who themselves express such a desire, however, as lawyers explain, this should be done not through a post on social networks, but through an official statement to the Ministry of Justice.
The prima donna wrote yesterday about solidarity with her husband, “an honest, decent, sincere person” and “a patriot of Russia.” She stressed that the parodist wishes the homeland prosperity and peaceful life.