moscow - French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has yet to win the center-right primaries, but can already count on approval from Russia. A spokesman for the Kremlin Vladimir Putin keeps warm memories of the premiership of the politician. Fillon Sunday won the first round of the primaries of the French Republicans.
Fillon as prime minister worked hard on good terms with Moscow, spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the Russian news agency Tass. If the right-liberal president is that collaboration would be closer.
Aleksej Poesjkov, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Duma, untouched even an end to the 'tandem' Berlin-Paris after an election victory Fillon. Germany and Franrkijk forms in that case no longer a united front against Russia.
Fillon was between 2007 and 2012, Prime Minister of France, during the presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy Sunday reports.