Former U.S. Secretary of state: I'm startled by the Russian propaganda
Information Russian media ? " propaganda, which is reminiscent of the climax of the cold war, " said Madeleine Albright, the first U.S. woman to the post of Secretary of state, who held this position from 1997 to 2001.
" You know, I'm startled by Russian propaganda, which is reminiscent of Soviet times and the climax of the cold war. The USA is responsible for this public diplomacy, but sometimes I watch Russian TV, I was shocked that an outright lie, it is disrespectful to its citizens and to other people, " he said in an interview Delfi Madeleine Albright, noting that " he (Vladimir Putin - approx. OPINION) leads his country in a dangerous direction." To the question about whether the Baltic States the Danger of intervention of Russia, Madeleine Albright said that " he was fascinated learning about the steps of Lithuania's energy independence and about right now-arrived new liquefied natural gas terminal (LNG). Russia will not be able to threaten You in the field of energy, as You have secured your sources ". Former U.S. Secretary of state commented on the elections in Ukraine: " the people of Ukraine are obliged to be satisfied with the results of the elections because the elections were successful, they were well organized, they were attended by international observers, the elections were answered by international standards ". Madeleine Korbel Albright (born Maria Jan Koralova) was born in the Czech Republic fifteen of may 1937. He studied at the guest house in Switzerland and in the school institution Kent Denver in the U.S. city of Denver. In 1957 she became an American citizen. Political activities Albright began as an activist of the Democratic party of the USA, in 1972 he joined the staff of Senator Muskie. In 1982 occurred divorce Madeleine with her husband, who told her, " I'm sick and tired of you, also love another