There is no any crisis in Primorye. People are not freezing, teachers are not going on strike. It’s tale of Moscow journalists, Primorye governor Evgeny Nazdratenko considers. He is going to bring an action against President’s Representative Konstantin Pulikovsky and four central mass media organisations at once. They are: “Ria-Novosti”, “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, NTV, “Moscow Echo”. According to Nazdratenko, crisis in Primorye is their idea. Nazdratenko filed an action in the Khabarovsk court against Pulikovsky because the latter had said that “there is no any energetic crisis in Primorie, but there is a political one”. To all appearances, the next action will be filed against Emergency Minister Sergey Shoigu, who visited the freezing towns and called Primorie a “sheer inferno” after that. He said that the local authorities are guilty of the situation. Very likely actions will be filed against many other federal officials and journalists who will visit ill-fated Primorye territory, until the winter is over.
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