Peskov called the Mueller report on alleged Russian intervention in elections in the United States is unreasonable
The Kremlin believes the so-called Muller’s report on alleged Russian interference in the elections is unreasonable, unfair and do not agree with him.
“We continue to insist that we believe such evidence is devoid of reason, we do not consider them in any exhaustive, do not consider it fair and could not agree with them”, — said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. He said: “Russia does not interfere, does not have a tradition to interfere in the internal Affairs of other countries, and do it now.”
“First, we still have not seen any significant evidence that someone interfered in the internal Affairs of States. Secondly, there is a speech about the citizens of Russia, but we have heard from Washington the allegations of the involvement of the Russian state, the Kremlin and the Russian government. There are no indications that the Russian government could be involved in this, there can not be”, — stated the representative of the Kremlin.
February 16, the U.S. government brought official charges against 13 citizens of the Russian Federation and three Russian organizations in attempts to interfere in American political processes and the election of the presidential race of 2016. The indictment was prepared by the office of the special Prosecutor Robert Mueller. Among the accused in collusion against the United States, in particular 12 employees “of the Agency’s Internet research”.
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