Ryabkov about finding


RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, 3 Jul – RIA Novosti. The hype that was deployed in the American media about the alleged “Russian trace” in the presidential elections is a “storm in a teacup,” no trace no, said Russian Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov.

“This is a storm in a glass of water. I am sure that no search for the “Russian trace” will never lead to results, because it is not there,” said Ryabkov in an interview to the newspaper “Izvestia”.

According to him, some media USA “the truth is almost gone, and all that there is left is either a half – truth or distortion, or adjusting in advance the desired answer, or quasianalytic, which is based on certain events, but so insignificant that they would not have paid attention, if not clocked up a maelstrom of false interpretations”.

“But sadly, in the minds of many in the US were driven into the series of negative conclusions and assumptions about Russia, which have nothing to do with reality,” — said Ryabkov.

In the U.S. Congress are now independent investigation about the “Russian interference” in the US presidential election, which was won by Donald trump. A similar investigation leads the FBI. Congress has passed several high-profile hearing on “Russian intervention”, but participated in the hearing, the scouts did not provide any evidence, citing the secrecy of information.

The American media also regularly reports, generally citing unnamed sources, the contacts of the members of the electoral headquarters of the trump with Russian officials and businessmen.

Russia has repeatedly denied accusations of trying to influence the elections in different countries, as the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called them “completely unfounded”. The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking about alleged Russian intervention in elections in the United States, France and Germany, said that there are no facts confirming it, no. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the United States around the world interfering in other people’s political processes, but are offended by Russia, which allegedly interfered in their elections, but for the Russian Federation such interference does not make sense.