Sands considered the report on “Russian cyber attacks” unworthy of a detailed reading

Dmitry Peskov

Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov expressed his disappointment with the quality of the information contained in the published report of US intelligence about alleged Russian involvement in cyber attacks. His words on Monday, 9 January, reports the correspondent of”.ru”.

“The fact, but disappointment causes nothing, because trying to string this amount of emotion on such meager material is, of course, is puzzling,” — said Peskov.

Answering a question, read the President of Russia Vladimir Putin the report in person, his press Secretary reminded that the document is in the public domain. “I can’t say how in detail, but this report is nothing there that would be worth to get read”, he added.

According to Peskov, the report sound “allegations on a fairly Amateur level, an emotional level, which is hardly applicable to highly professional work of really superior intelligence”. He also noted that Russia does not know what data the authors surgery charges.

“We continue any involvement and charges that any hacker attacks could be the involvement of the official or official agencies of the Russian Federation, we are categorically excluded,” concluded Sands.

January 6 was published declassified version of the report prepared by the CIA, FBI and national security Agency (NSA) of the USA, which States that the President of Russia Vladimir Putin personally ordered to organize a campaign to influence the political process in the United States.

Washington has repeatedly accused Moscow of meddling in the presidential campaign to help the Republican candidate Donald Trump to win the election.