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MOSCOW, May 27. /TASS/. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied media speculation on Wednesday that Russia has allegedly brought in "mobile crematoriums" to Ukraine to hide the bodies of the dead soldiers.
"Frankly speaking, I doubt that these statements are trustworthy," Peskov told reporters.
The presidential spokesman said "of course, such allegations cast doubt that those who have published them are sane." "I do not say about those who have potentially voiced them," he added.
Media reports citing US legislators who visited Ukraine and also US intelligence data alleged that Russia has brought in "mobile crematoriums" to Ukraine to hide casualties.
Moscow has repeatedly stated that there are no and can be no Russian troops in Ukraine.