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Kremlin is "seriously tired" of cyber attack accusations from USA, - Peskov
16:36, 9 January 2017
Kremlin is "seriously tired" of cyber attack accusations from USA, - Peskov

According to Peskov, the declassified part of the report regarding cyber attacks on the United States does not contain any evidence of Russian involvement

16:36, 9 January 2017

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Kremlin is tired of accusations by Washington of Russian Federation involvement in the hacker attacks on the United States. This was stated by Press Secretary for the President of Russia - Dmitry Peskov, "Interfax" reported.

Moscow is “seriously tired of these accusations,” Kremlin spokesman Peskov said.

According to Peskov, the declassified part of the report regarding cyber attacks on the United States does not contain any evidence of Russian involvement. “This publication has not added any substance for comment. From our point of view, groundless accusations backed by nothing sound, fairly amateur, on an emotional level, which can hardly apply to highly-professional work of truly highly-qualified intelligence agencies," Peskov told reporters.

Peskov emphasized that Kremlin still does not know what data the creators of this report used. “We understand that our American counterparts throughout different stages of history went through such phases of ‘witch hunting.’ We remember those periods of history. We know also that they are replaced by more sober experts, a more sober approach, based on dialogue rather than emotional fits," he concluded.

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