Thursday, April 17, 2014


Putin says NATO chief published personal conversation with him without permit

“What trust can there be after such incidents?” the Russian president wonders.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a live Q&A session on Thursday that NATO Chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen, when he had been Danish prime minister, once recorded a private conversation with Putin and then published it without authorization.

The incident could have occurred in 2001-2009, when Rasmussen held the post of Denmark’s premier.
“At one of the meetings, when he was Danish prime minister… it emerged that he took a recorder with him, secretly recorded our conversation and then published it in the press,” Putin said.
“I couldn’t believe my ears and eyes — it’s nonsense!” the Russian president said.
“What trust can there be after such incidents?” Putin asked.

NATO Chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen

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