The Real Russia. Today. The FSB’s latest Ukrainian ‘spies’ and ‘terrorist’

Source: Meduza

Political analyst Tatiana Stanovaya says VK deal could fuel fighting in Kremlin between Gromov and Kovalchuk (“Gazprom is more of a formal partner than a political player” in this deal, and the key winner is Yuri Kovalchuk, Sogaz’s largest shareholder. “The expansion of Kovalchuk’s empire,” says Stanovaya, “may pose a threat to Alexey Gromov,” the Kremlin’s current mass media czar. Kovalchuk has a less “aggressive” approach to media, she says.)



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