Kremlin has no statistical data re applications from people harmed during unauthorized protests
MOSCOW. Oct 24 (Interfax) - Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday he had no statistical data regarding applications filed by people, who were harmed during unauthorized protests, with the police.
"It is necessary to see concrete statistical data, I have no such here, and I think it's wrong to make any general statements on this matter," Peskov said.
A journalist asked Peskov to comment on the statement of head of the Presidential Council for Civil Society and Human Rights Valery Fadeyev who said that applications filed by people harmed during unauthorized protests with the police and the Russian Investigative Committee were left unanswered.
"To be frank, I have not seen this statement [of Fadeyev], so I have nothing to say," Peskov said.
Fadeyev told Interfax earlier he would ask law enforcement agencies why there was no response to the applications filed by people harmed during unauthorized protests of summer 2019.