The Kremlin did not comment on the arrest in Prague of a Russian citizen accused of cybercrime in Russia and the United States, as they do not have sufficient information, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov on Thursday.
Thursday was supposed to be a meeting of the Prague city court on the case of Evgenii Nikulin, who is accused of cybercrime in Russia and the United States, but the court postponed the hearing on the case about the possible results of Nikulin in the Russian Federation or the United States on may 30.
“There is, as I understand it, some other message rather contradictory, so I can’t comment on, not having the real information,” said Sands, answering the question of whether the Kremlin commented on the statements of the arrested that he was hacking mail, Hillary Clinton, in the interests of the Kremlin.
The Presidium of the Czech police force on its website reported on 18 October 2016 about the arrest in Prague on 5 October of the same year, in cooperation with the American FBI Nikulin, a Russian citizen who allegedly participated in attacks on targets in the United States. The Prague city court later issued a decision to arrest a detainee who has since been incarcerated in Prague’s pankrác prison.