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MOSCOW, May 25. /TASS/. No one in the Kremlin has yet seen the movie titled The Family prepared by the Open Russia movement and, therefore, cannot give any comments, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters. He made it clear that works of this kind were not a priority in the Kremlin’s information agenda.
"I have a question for you: when did this film appear?" Peskov asked a reporter who enquired about the issue and answered the question himself, "At 10 a.m. [on Monday]". "When you ask this question, can you imagine the president or someone in the presidential administration dropping up their daily routine, switching on YouTube and watching this film?" Peskov asked a rhetorical question.
The film posted on YouTube on Monday is dedicated to Ramzan Kadyrov’s place in the Russian political establishment, his relations with the president of Russia, and also about the law enforcement system created by him in Chechnya. In particular, it is alleged that, in addition to the multi-billion subsidies from the budget, the Chechen leader gets "tribute" from every citizen of Chechnya in the form of monthly contributions to the Ahmad Kadyrov Foundation.