Russia responded to the accusations of the Netherlands

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The charges of the Netherlands about the attempt of Russia to conduct a hacker attack on the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) — is a “Western spy”, which is gaining momentum. This was reported by RIA Novosti source in the Russian foreign Ministry.

“No attack was not to be. This has nothing to do with the Convention for the prohibition of chemical weapons, no organization. It relates to the General, reached the limit, obscurantist policy of certain Western countries,” — said the Agency interlocutor.

He explained that Russia is included in all structures of the organization, she has access to the necessary documents, so to hack anything no need. “This is another nonsense,” said the source.

Earlier on 4 October, the Minister of defence of the Netherlands ANK Bijleveld stated on the prevention of Russian cyber attacks. According to her, four Russians arrested April 13, near the headquarters of the OPCW in the Hague. They were in a parked car Packed with equipment for tracking, and later they were deported. There were also names and photos of men who are called by Russian military intelligence.

In addition, the head of the defense Ministry reported that Russia tried to steal the file on the investigation into the disaster Malaysian “Boeing” over the Donbas.

After the voiced accusations, the head of the British foreign office Jeremy hunt said that such data “dispel all doubts” about the Russian involvement in the poisoning of former GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury, reports Reuters.

Skrypali was found unconscious in a Park in the British city of Salisbury on 4 March. The power of the Kingdom said that they tried to poison with nerve agents of the Novice class, developed in the Soviet Union. Moscow all accusations of involvement in the incident was rejected.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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