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Claims were published in a book entitled "League of Black Book". This week, Buzzfeed published a sound band allegedly from the same meeting.
Earlier today, the Italian news agency Ansa-reported authorities investigated that the incident led Milan's chief lawyer Francesco Greco and said: "We are investigating investigations to understand if there are crimes or not."
Replies to journalists in Rome Salvini, Italy's Vice Prime Minister, said this week that he never "had taken a ruble, a euro, a dollar or a liter of vodka in financing from the Russians" and that he would continue to vigorously contest such claims .