Yeltsin's first adviser, monk Cyprian, called information about fraud a lie
A veteran of the war in Afghanistan, adviser to the first Russian President Boris Yeltsin, monk Cyprian (Valery Burkov) denied the information that he had become a victim of scammers. He told the agency about this RIA News.
In particular, he called the information about the incident published in various sources a lie.
Earlier, information appeared that the monk Cyprian allegedly called "FSB officer" and stated that there was a data leak among the heroes of the Soviet Union. The attacker allegedly stated that all the money needed to be withdrawn. Burkov, according to sources, believed the caller and transferred his savings to the named account, and later took out a loan.