Twitter has suspended an account that it says impersonated Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The account was suspended following a report from Russian officers, Twitter mentioned.
The Twitter web page for @PutinRF_Eng was not out there as of Wednesday afternoon.
READ MORE: Fb board says it pushed Mark Zuckerberg to ‘transfer sooner’ on Russia interference probe
A number of world leaders have beforehand appeared to deal with @PutinRF_Eng as an official Putin account, even if the account didn’t have Twitter’s blue verification tick.
WATCH: Twitter CEO says platform’s verification program ‘is in critical want of a reboot’
Archived images of the Twitter web page present it was created in November 2012, had round 1,000,000 followers and primarily posted photographs of Putin at official occasions and hyperlinks to authorities web sites.
— With recordsdata from Reuters
© 2018 International Information, a division of Corus Leisure Inc.