Russia continues to deny any involvement of officials to cybercrime in the United States, said the representative of the Kremlin
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Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin continues to deny any involvement of officials to hacker attacks in the United States.
“Absolutely not supported by any allegations (in the published part of the report) sound quite Amateur on an emotional level, which is unlikely, probably, be applicable to the highly professional work of a superior intelligence. That’s actually what data operate on those who make unfounded accusations, we still do not know,” — said Peskov.
Press Secretary of the head of state also noted that in Moscow “there is a serious fatigue from these allegations.”
He added that this is reminiscent of the witch hunt.
“This is like a really full-length the hunt for witches. We understand that our American colleagues at different stages of its history held the kind of witch hunts,” — said Peskov.
A Kremlin spokesman also said that later still come the “more sober” the specialists, which focus on dialogue and not on the emotional seizures.
However, as said Sands, the published part of the report was “apparently highly adapted”.
“This publication has not added any substance to comment on,” — said Peskov.