In the Kremlin told about the lack of special interest in the elections in the UK

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin does not consider it necessary to pay increased attention to the early parliamentary elections in the UK. His words on Tuesday, April 18, the correspondent “”.

“Any special interest there. Usual, let’s say, track of the international situation. It is not our business”, — said Peskov.

Earlier in the day, the head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev at the meeting with deputies of the Bundestag stressed that Moscow does not interfere in the electoral processes of other countries.

18 April, Prime Minister Theresa may announced parliamentary elections, the results of which will form a new Cabinet. They will take place on 8 June.

Elections to the Bundestag will take place on September 24 this year. Candidate for the post of head of government from the bloc of the Christian democratic Union/Christian social Union (CDU/CSU) is Angela Merkel.

The Kremlin has repeatedly stressed that Moscow did not intervene and does not intend to interfere in the Affairs of other countries, especially in electoral processes. At the same time in the United States have repeatedly accused Russia that allegedly helped the Republican Donald Trump to win the election.