Zakharova compared Ukraine’s reaction to the Vatican’s words about Dugina with Pushkin’s fairy tale

Zakharova compared Kiev’s reaction to Francis’ words about Dugina with a “Tale of a goldfish”The murder of Alexander Dugin’s daughter, the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, compared the reaction of Ukrainian colleagues to the words of the Vatican about the political scientist and journalist Daria Dugina with the fairy tale of Alexander Pushkin.

She wrote about this in her Telegram.

As Zakharova noted, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summoned a representative of Pope Francis because he called Dugina one of the “innocent victims of the war.” “It reminds me of The Tale of the Goldfish,” she said, quoting the final part of the work.

Earlier, Ukraine’s ambassador to the Vatican Andriy Yurash criticized Pope Francis and noted that he was “disappointed” by the pontiff’s position.

Daria Dugina died on August 20 as a result of a car bombing on Mozhaisk highway. On August 22, the FSB announced the disclosure of her murder. According to the agency, it was organized by the Ukrainian special services, and the perpetrator of the murder is a citizen of Ukraine Natalia Vovk.