Alexei Navalny’s film about the “palace” in Gelendzhik was shot at the German film studio Black Forest, Russia 1 reported. As the channel specified, this fact was established by the journalists of the Schwarzwalder Bote.
“The opening of the studio itself in Germany surprisingly coincided with the beginning of the “investigation” about the “palace”. The heads of the Weiland studio worked for several years in the United States and confirmed to reporters that they had helped Navalny,” the TV channel said on the air.
As the founder of the YouTube channel “Voice of Germany” Sergei Filbert added, “Navalny calmly worked and filmed at this studio, traveled throughout Germany.”
According to him, the time for filming was reserved back in December 2020 by a call from the United States, the film itself was made for at least a month.
“The question arises how it happened that in Germany politicians and the media were silent about this, allowing openly conduct anti-Russian activities with US money,” Filbert concluded.
On the eve of the journalists “Russia 1” and Telegram-channel Mash showed the building of the “palace” near Gelendzhik from the inside. The footage shows that rough work is being carried out there, concrete is everywhere, according to correspondents, there is not even a screed on the floors in many rooms.
Later, businessman Arkady Rotenberg said that this complex of buildings belongs to him, that the construction of an apart-hotel has been going on there for several years.
The situation with the “palace” was commented on by Vladimir Putin earlier this week. According to the president, he did not have time to watch the film, but he studied the videos prepared by the assistants.
As the head of state emphasized, none of the property described in the “investigation” belongs to him or his relatives.
Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov pointed out that the Kremlin had long known about the impending pseudo disclosures and information attacks, all of them aimed at building up the situation.
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