The recently published “letter” of Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko, in which he allegedly asks Russian authorities to let him into the country back in 2007, is fake, as his administration confirmed in a statement.
“The published so-called “documents” in the name of Petro Poroshenko are a low-quality forgery and a fake, produced and planted to the TV company Rustavi-2 by Russian security forces,” the statement says.
It also points out a blatant error the forgery allowed - in the alleged letter by Poroshenko, he asks to let him into the country, as the parents of his son’s wife live in St. Petersburg. However, at that time his son hasn't been married married yet. Oleksiy Poroshenko got married in September 2013.
Previously German media Rustavi-2 published the alleged statement by Petro Poroshenko, at that time MP, in which he promised not to act against the interests of Russia, which he allegedly wrote after he wasn’t let into the country on Feb. 3, 2007. In that letter, it is said that he would “attract investment in the interest of Russia” and that he didn’t support the Orange Revolution that happened in Ukraine.