Le Pen: I took money from the bank, not from Putin

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The leader of France's far-right National Unity Party, Marine Le Pen, has denied accusations of Russian President Vladimir Putin's political influence on her.

Axar.az informs that AFP reported on this.

"I have never been a victim of an attempt to influence me," he said.

Commenting on the 9.4 million euro loan her party received from the First Czech-Russian Bank in 2014, Le Pen said that she received this money without any political commitment:

"If I had to commit, I wouldn't sign. At that time, the French banks did not want to do business with my party, and I was forced to seek funding from abroad. "I took a loan from the bank, not from Vladimir Putin."

2023.05.25 / 13:54
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