U.S. attorney General agreed to testify about the “interference” of the Russian Federation in elections
Jeff Seshns took the decision after a speech of former head of the FBI to senators.
Moscow. June 11. INTERFAX.RU — head of the Ministry of justice, General Prosecutor Jeff Seshns agreed to give evidence to the Committee on intelligence of the Senate in the investigation of alleged Russian interference in the election of the American President.
The document, which leads the TV channel NBC stated that Sess will speak to senators on Tuesday, June 13.
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According to the text of the letter to Senator Richard Shelby, Sess agreed to testify after the speech in the Senate the former head of the FBI James Komi.