U.S. attorney General testify in the case of “Russian interference” in the elections

Jeff Sessions

The attorney-General and Minister of justice Jeff sessions has agreed to speak at the hearings in the Senate Committee on intelligence, which deals with the investigation of “Russian interference” in the US presidential election in 2016. On Saturday, June 10, according to Reuters.

Sessions will appear before the Committee on Tuesday, June 13. In his message, which the attorney General gave Senator Richard Shelby, he indicated that he took the decision to participate in the hearings after a speech in the Senate, the former Director of the FBI James Komi.

May 31, CNN reported that the U.S. Congress and the FBI check the information about the “more private meeting,” the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak with Sessom during the presidential campaign in the United States in 2016

It was noted that the FBI is investigating the possibility that Kislyak and sessions could have “an additional private meeting” and outside the framework of the official reception.