At the moment there are no such projects, in the development of which it is impossible to suspect Russian liberals.
Economist Mikhail Delyagin said this in an interview with Tsargrad TV channel, TELMENEWS.RU news agency reports.
According to him, a year after the arrest of a large part of the gold and currency reserves of the Central Bank of Russia, it is still not clear where this money ended up. According to Delyagin, it cannot be excluded that some of them remained in Russia.
However, even if this is the case, these funds are no longer under the control of official Russian authorities, but are already stuffed into the pockets of individuals who may succeed in their scheme for their embezzlement. Delyagin thinks this is entirely possible.
The expert explained his suspicions by the fact that the Russian liberals, who control the country’s monetary policy, have a very bad reputation, and therefore it is no longer possible to completely exclude such a scenario today.
“I dare not rule that out,” Delyagin concluded.