The Russian officer received a penalty after the performance of the student in the Bundestag

Four officials in the Russian Novy Urengoy received a disciplinary sanction on the audit of the Department of education of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district and the mayor in fact speech student Nicholas Desyatnichenko in the Bundestag. Comments about this «Interfax» reported in the administration of Novy Urengoy.

According to the Agency, the Deputy mayor for social issues, was reprimanded, and his colleague on domestic policy issued a warning. In addition, the disciplinary sanction was received by the chief and Deputy information-analytical Department.

The Agency notes that earlier reprimand was received by the Director of the school in which the student student. In addition, it was proposed to consider his position under the Deputy Director on uchebno-educational work.

The interlocutor of «Interfax» said that no one was fired.

In November, student of Novy Urengoy Desyatnichenko told the Bundestag that called for the burial of soldiers of the Wehrmacht near the city, and expressed the opinion that many of the dead, the Germans did not want to fight. According to him, many soldiers of the Wehrmacht killed the innocent.

After the speech, Desyatnichenko member of the Legislative Assembly YANAO Elena Kukushkina appealed to the regional Prosecutor’s office, the Department of education and to school where she’s a student, a Yekaterinburg blogger Sergey Kolesnikov complained about him to the Federal security service of the Russian Federation, the Prosecutor General and the presidential administration.

The FSB sent a request to the administration of Novy Urengoy about the Ukrainian roots Desyatnichenko.

Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called the «exalted harassment» reaction to the speech of the student.

The Bundestag is unicameral body of popular representation of Germany. Is located in Berlin.

The Russian officer received a penalty after the performance of the student in the Bundestag 27.12.2017

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