Kremlin sees no cause to make checks after Pandora papers leak


MOSCOW, Oct 4 (Reuters) – The Kremlin mentioned on Monday it had seen no proof in an enormous information leak of economic paperwork of hidden wealth amongst President Vladimir Putin’s interior circle regardless of allegations on the contrary from information organisations.

The dump of greater than 11.9 million information was revealed by a number of main information organisations on Sunday and linked numerous world leaders or individuals near them to what it mentioned had been secret shops of wealth.

The leaks revealed particulars of people the information organisations mentioned had been allegedly linked to Putin ultimately.

When requested concerning the leaks, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov questioned how dependable the data was and mentioned that till one thing Moscow considered reliable was revealed, there have been no plans to make checks on the data.

“For now it is just not clear what this information is and what it is about,” Peskov instructed reporters.

“If there are serious publications, that are based on something concrete and refer to something specific, then we will read them with interest,” he mentioned.

Peskov mentioned the Kremlin didn’t discern what all of the fuss was about within the case of the alleged Putin associates.

“Honestly speaking, we didn’t see any hidden wealth of Putin’s inner circle in there,” he mentioned.

Reporting by Dmitry Antonov; Writing by Alexander Marrow
Editing by Andrew Osborn and William Maclean

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Sochi, Russia September 29, 2021. Sputnik/Vladimir Smirnov/Pool via REUTERS