PUTIN IGNORES CHIWENGA: Russian TV Also Brisks Guvheya, Not Even A Single Photo Moment

The curse from the blood of scores of civilians killed by his soldiers appears to be pursuing Constantino Chiwenga closely; And also the curse from violating Russian contracts gets furious – the Vice President was totally ignored by President Vladimir Putin.

He was also brisked by the Russian Television station, RT.

Chiwenga had hoped to get a media moment with President Putin where he would present a special nation-to-nation message. There was also a claim in the ZANU-PF state media that Chiwenga would meet Russian investors.

But there was none at all visible, and furthermore no citing or media mention anywhere in Russia of Chiwenga. ZANU PF has gained a bad reputation in Russia of violating contracts granted to that country’s citizens. One of the contracts reneged by ZANU PF is a government to government mining business established in 1995 called DTZ.

Following the clear blackout, ZimEye.com on Sunday night had a conversation with one of the editors of the Russian television station, RT. The English speaking female was grilled on why Chiwenga’s visit was totally ignored by her station.

During the entire discourse, she refused to explain reasons why there was no mention of Chiwenga’s visit to that country.

“I am sorry but we can’t help you,” she said.

“I can’t help you,” she continued.

When pressed on why she could not explain or at least point to their failure to cover Chiwenga’s visit, she was non committal even to the point of refusing to reveal their running diary of President Putin’s itinerary.

Beyond RT, there was no visible citing or mention of Chiwenga in any of Russia’s media houses.

The only person Chiwenga met was Russia’s Defence Minister General Sergei Shoigu, before the two officials visited the Zimbabwean stand at the House of Friendship before they proceeded to the VIP pavilion to see the final event — the tank biathlon.

Russia won this year’s edition of the International Army Games, followed by China and Kazakhastan respectively.

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Source: ZimEye

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