Giuliani Meets With Alleged Russian Operative At Notorious Kremlin Spy Hangout


Rudy Giuliani met with Andrii Telizhenko on Thursday at the Premier Palace Hotel, owned by a Russian oligarch.

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani was photographed with alleged Russian intelligence operative and former Ukrainian diplomat Andrii Telizhenko this week during his trip to Eastern Europe, according to RawStory.

The pair were at the Premier Palace Hotel, which journalist Jack Laurenson, editor of the Kyiv Post, said is owned by Russian oligarch and ally of President Vladimir Putin, Alexander Babakov.

Laurenson also reported that the hotel is a known hangout for Kremlin agents, RawStory said.

Telizhenko tweeted the photo with Giuliani, adding the comment: “With America’s Mayor @RudyGiuliani prepping for tomorrow another hard working day in meetings with Mr. Shokin and Mr. Lutcenko. To all conspiracy theorist there is no secret on what we are doing. The TRUTH will come out. God Bless Ukraine and God Bless the United States of America.”

Giuliani also issued a tweet on Thursday, writing: “The American people will learn that Biden & other Obama administration officials, contributed to the increased level of corruption in Ukraine between 2014 to 2016. This evidence will all be released very soon.”

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