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MOSCOW, March 23 (Itar-Tass) – Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky recognised in his letter to President Vladimir Putin that he had made many mistakes and asked for returning home, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Saturday.
“Some time ago Berezovsky gave his own letter to Putin where he recognised that he had made many mistakes and begged pardon for his mistakes. Berezovsk also asked Putin for allowing the oligarch to return home,” Peskov said.
The spokesman was undecided to report on the Russian president’s reaction to this information. “I don’t know about Putin’s reaction to this information,” Peskov said.
“The only thing what I can say is that information on the death of a person whatever he was cannot trigger positive emotions,” the presidential spokesman said.