International news Agency "Russia Today" is outraged by the statements of the editor of the British magazine The Economist Edward Lucas, who tried to convince ignore correspondents international radio And TV station, said the General Director of "Russia Today" Dmitry Kiselev.
Speaking at the Munich conference during the session dedicated to the events in Ukraine, Lucas was subjected to charges of RT And Sputnik, which is part of "Russia Today", "production lies" And, for example, said that the Russian correspondents of these media need to push to the margins of the media that they are no longer treated as real reporters, And saw in them only weirdos And propagandists " and promised to use his personal influence to counteract the career growth correspondents who collaborated with RT And Sputnik.
CEO MIA "Today Russia" Dmitry Kiselyov said the message of Lucas as a " danger to the address of colleagues ".
"It sounded so wild plugging someone's mouth, but still promise to turn correspondents in rogue. And all because someone gives you the opportunity to Express themselves other than Lucas views