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MOSCOW, February 4. /TASS/. BBC permits publication of "rather poor quality products," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday.
"Unfortunately, our colleagues from BBS have been lately allowing publications of rather poor quality products. That is why, of course, we are in no hurry to familiarize ourselves with it every time," Peskov said.
Answering a question on whether he watched the new BBC film about possible scenarios of nuclear war between Russia and Latvia, the Kremlin spokesman said that "it is a pity to waste one’s time on worthless matters."
Peskov also reminded about another recent film released by BBC that claims that Russian President Vladimir Putin is involved in corruption. "It is the point of view not only of Russian experts, but also of experts in Britain and other European countries that, unfortunately, the quality of this material which is always demonstrated by this ‘wonderful’ corporation is far from the universally recognized international level," he noted.