Kremlin propagandist, who denied the existence of coronavirus phenomenon died.

27.04.2020 Off By Polyanska
Kremlin propagandist, who denied the existence of coronavirus phenomenon died.

Giulietto Chiesa was thought to be the loyal Kremlin “soldier”. His service started long time before the regime of Putin, at times when communist party officially played the crucial role in the governance RF. He has been spreading Kremlin propaganda within Italians for years.

Italian journalists call Chiesa „the man payed by Putin”, whose political career began in 1970 as a leader of Genoese Union of the Italian Communist Party ( in Italian: Partito ComunistaItaliano (PCI)).

He is a regular correspondent in Moscow newspaper «UNITA“ in the period of time from 1980 to 1990, which was published by Italian communist party. Since that time his cooperation with KGB had begun, which caused the furthercooperation with FSS. He is the author of numerous books and articles in Russian and Italian press.

He was the deputy of VI session of European parliament.

He was confident transmitting position of Kremlin in Italian press as well as on Italian TV channels, using such standards ofRussian propaganda as «coup d’etat on Maidan», “Ukrainian Nazis”, “civil war in Ukraine” etc.

In order to take part in propagandistic action of RF, he visited the occupied territory of Ukraine illegally.

On the very beginning of pandemic he was one of those who tried to convince people that coronavirus is a fake.

He died on 26 of April 2020. Italian press suggests, he died because of problems with his heart.