WP: trump shared with Lavrov secret information

WP: trump shared with Lavrov secret information

It is noted that the US President told the foreign Minister of Russia top-secret information about the activities of the terrorist organization ISIS. However, the White house called the article with the information false.

WASHINGTON, may 16 — RIA Novosti, Alexei Bogdanovsky. The Washington Post made a statement that the President of the United States Donald trump shared with the Russian foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the meeting at the White house last week, top-secret information on banned terrorist group “Islamic state.”*

The newspaper cited anonymous sources among current and former us officials, who evaluate the nature of information as top secret, but refuse to discuss its contents.

At the request of the edition, trump told Lavrov some information, which “put at risk a critical source of intelligence information on IG”.

This information, according to the Washington Post, was granted to the United States to certain foreign partner in accordance with the agreement on the exchange of intelligence information.

It is argued that the dissemination of this information was severely limited even among high-ranking officials of the United States. When this unnamed partner did not give US permission to share information, the newspaper said.

After the meeting with Lavrov trump White house officials called the CIA and the national security Agency to mitigate potential damage, the newspaper writes.

U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson has denied this information. He stressed that at the meeting of the President of the United States and Lavrov discussed only “the efforts and the threats associated with terrorism.”

The White house also did not leave without attention to this theme and called the publication on the transfer of classified information trump Lavrov is false.

Earlier, the us media has performed with various articles about the meeting trump and Lavrov, which took place against the backdrop of the investigation, “Russian ties trump” — the presence of such links refute in the White house and the Kremlin. In publications in the U.S., in particular, it was alleged that the meeting made a Russian photojournalist, but not American journalist pool of the trump. It was denied as the White house and the Russian foreign Ministry, stating that each side in accordance with the agreements was present at the official photographer.

The Washington Post also published a lengthy interview with an expert on national security, which talked in detail about how Russian photographer could quietly place a listening device in the oval office of the White house. The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova called these publications “utter disgrace”.

* A terrorist organization banned in Russia.