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The U.S. Senate Committee on intelligence circulated on Tuesday declassified six-page excerpt from the report, which accused Russia of attempts to interfere in the US elections in 2016, but has not confirmed any effect of this “intervention”. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
“In 2016, associated with the Russian government hackers staged an unprecedented coordinated cybercampaign against election infrastructure in at least 18 States — the authors of the document. At least in six States they went on scanning and attempted to gain access to associated with voting sites,” the report said.
While the Committee stated that “intervention” does not affect the outcome of elections. “The Committee saw no evidence that they changed votes,” the report said.
The U.S. has repeatedly accused Russia of meddling in the presidential campaign to help Trump to win the election. Under the assumptions of U.S. officials, in July, Russian hackers broke into the servers of the National Committee of the Democratic party, and the party Committee of the Congressional. Were also expressed suspicion that Russia might try to influence the voting by hacking computers. Moscow all charges have been consistently denied. In addition, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin declared that the USA is constantly interfering in elections in Russia.
April 27 Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the Congress of the USA has declassified the report on cooperation trump with Russia during the US election. According to the document, evidence that the business relationship of the American President before the campaign became the basis for relations with Russia during the presidential race, no.
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