Will Salvini address Russian money allegations in parliament?

Will Salvini address Russian money allegations in parliament?

The U.S. website Buzzfeed  had received an audio recording of talks in Moscow in October 2018 among three Italians including a close aide of Italy's Deputy Prime Minister MateoSalvini, Gianluca Savoini, and three unidentified Russian men.
 
During that meeting, the six men discussed a possible deal involving a Russian company selling oil worth some $1.5 billion at a discount to enable the League to pocket part of the difference.
 
There was no evidence the transaction took place, the website reported.
 
“Never taken a ruble, a euro, a dollar or a liter of vodka in financing from Russia,” Salvini said in a statement, adding that he would sue anyone who accused him of such crimes.
 
The opposition center-left Democratic Party  demanded that Salvini appear in parliament to address the allegations.
 
Source: Euronews 

 

11.07.2019

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