German Klimenko re-installs Telegram after being dismissed as presidential adviser
Former Presidential Adviser on Internet Development German Klimenko, who had predicted “the end of Telegram’s glory,” re-installed the illegal messenger, which he had previously refused to use after the court's decision to ban it.
Former Presidential Adviser on Internet Development German Klimenko has returned to Telegram, Rambler News Service reports.
“Telegram is a great product, and I really would like the conflict to be resolved,” the official said.
Denis Konstantinov has been warned that criminal case into high treason might be initiated against him. He states he was beaten and demanded to confess of his cooperation with foreign intelligence services.
Two 21-year-old residents of Perm are suspected of the murder of Dmitry Nekrasov. It is reported that after the homicide, personal belongings were stolen from Nekrasov’s apartment. A manhunt for the second suspect is underway.