Prigogine stated that it never received "instant noodles" from the "Communists of Russia"

Producer Joseph Prigogine and singer Valeria said that she never received the promised "humanitarian aid" in the form of vermicelli from the party "Communists of Russia", said the couple in a conversation with RIA Novosti.

Earlier, the press service of the party "Communists of Russia" stated that the party sent to the producer Joseph Prigogine and singer Valeria "humanitarian aid" in the form of several bundles of vermicelli in connection with the complaints of artists in a difficult financial situation amid coronavirus.

"They lie and we lie. Still have not received them, "Doshirak" - said Prigogine. "Waiting for that day - didn't get anything," added Valeria.

Prigogine noted that the statement of the party considers an attempt to "PR". "There is absolutely, well, as you say, it is absolutely pull the thing out of context, well-advertised, laughed at. I have the feeling in terms of not only a pandemic, people need someone, on the one hand, to vent his evil on someone for PR, to do some advertising campaign," - said Prigogine.

The interviewee noted that he "complained", and drew attention to the problem. According to him, in the industry there are a lot of beginners, "small" artists who are really experiencing difficulties in the context of pandemic coronavirus and forced isolation.

"When I addressed the issue of the industry, I talked about the industry, creative industries, and in this cultural and entertainment industry there are people of different... "a Little", I mean people who just started in his career that is much more complicated. You know, it's not only we're there people who already did something, and there are people who have studied at the Institute on "the Voice" performed. And they have some such work as there is restaurants, in clubs, in the form of some animated things, birthdays, holidays and more. These people were deprived of their just earnings," - said Prigogine.

The interlocutor of the Agency noted that to respond to "provocation" is not going to.