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Russia rejects accusations of meddling in elections in the United States, said Russian Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov. On Wednesday, July 24, according to RIA Novosti.
“Our position is unchanged: there are no grounds for the allegations that Russia tried or is going to interfere [in American elections], as it recently came from the head of the FBI, no,” — said Ryabkov.
Ryabkov also said that Russia will monitor the performance of spectacular Robert Mueller in the U.S. Congress — it is scheduled for July 24.
That Russia still does not leave attempts to interfere in the electoral processes in the United States, said the head of the FBI Christopher ray at the hearings in the Senate judiciary Committee on July 23.
18 April was published the full report of spectracolor Robert Mueller about Russian intervention in the US presidential elections in 2016. The findings suggest that Moscow was really influenced them — in particular, the Russian GRU (GU) gave to WikiLeaks materials of the US Democratic party.
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