Mutko called a “horror story” the film bi-Bi-si on the Russian football fans
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Deputy Prime Minister on sport, tourism and youth policy, President RFS Vitaly Mutko said that the film is about the Russian fans shown Bi-bi-si, has as its aim to discredit Russia and the 2018 world Cup
The world is a much more serious problem than the fan movement in Russia and a film about the Russian fans shown Bi-bi-si, has as its aim to discredit Russia and the world Cup. TASS said the Vice-Prime Minister on sport, tourism and youth policy, President RFS Vitaly Mutko.
“It is absolutely necessary to soberly to look at it — there is a media campaign to discredit,” said Mutko, noting that “fan movement today, youth movement, subculture, and often penetrate extremist things.” “But why make it a horror story?” — added the Vice Premier.
“We have gone through the preparation of the Olympic games in Sochi, and we all remember: the only aim is to discredit Russia and the world Cup, to make everything that was a second series, but this is a way in anywhere”, — said Mutko.