October 28, 2011| Press Releases|
Referring to some articles in the press about a purported message sent to Washington through a private individual, the Foreign Office Spokesperson said that the original article in the Financial Times about the so-called message was a total fabrication and the subsequent comments unwarranted, speculative and unnecessary.
The idea of employing a private individual to convey a message to a foreign government, circumventing established official channels of communication, defies belief.
The insinuations and assertions in the fictitious story are devoid of any credence and are emphatically rejected.
28 October 2011
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