Wednesday, June 12, in the Twitter account of Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev appeared two strange messages were posted in response to the publication of the Ambassador of Iraq in Russian Federation Haidar Mansour Hadi, reports “Russian conversation”.
Initially, the users suggested that the Prime Minister would like to respond to an Iraqi diplomat in Arabic, but printed text in Latin letters.
However, later in a press-service of the government reported that the Twitter account Medvedev was hacked, but now the control has been restored.
Currently unclear messages deleted from the account of the head of the government.
We will remind, Medvedev did not rule out the emergence in Russia of a four-day working week.