Peskov described the special operation-related disagreements that Putin surrounded as part of the normal course of business.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 – RIA Novosti. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov told the newspaper Washington PostThere are disagreements among the Russian leadership on some important issues, but this is part of the normal working process.
The American newspaper The Washington Post published an article citing US intelligence, where one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “close circle” members allegedly voiced his direct disagreement with the Russian leader in recent weeks. A special military operation in Ukraine. Peskov told the newspaper that the intelligence reports were absolutely untrue.
“There are disagreements about such moments. Some people think we should act differently. But it’s all part of the normal working process,” Peskov told the newspaper. When asked about disagreements in Putin’s “inner circle”, Peskov noted there were “working disagreements” over the economy, the conduct of the military operation and the education system. But he reiterated that this is part of a normal working process and is not a sign of any “split”.