MOSCOW, January 26. /TASS/. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has reiterated that he does not have any information proving that Russian President Vladimir Putin has ever visited the so-called palace on Russia’s Black Sea coast in Gelendzhik and urged to pay attention to other topics as well.
"I do not have any information that he [Putin] could ever visit this palace," he told reporters when asked to provide more comments on the building in Gelendzhik. Peskov then asked journalists whether they had any other questions. "The world is much more diverse than a private palace," he noted, adding that there are a lot of palaces "and they are all generally privately owned.".