Russia Rejects Accusations of Interference in US Affairs

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Russia repeated its rejection of accusations by the United States on alleged interference in the internal affairs of that country.

Washington has implemented at least three rounds of unilateral sanctions and is preparing another one this year that was partially approved by the US Congress

Russia today repeated its rejection of accusations by the United States on alleged interference in the internal affairs of that country, after Washington summoned Chargé d”Affaires Dmitri Zhirnov for consultations.
The Department of State called on Moscow to end alleged interference in the partial elections scheduled for November in the United States, whose Congress approved millions of dollars in funds to ‘democratize’ Russia.

A statement from the Russian Embassy in Washington said that the Department of State plays ‘speakers’ diplomacy’ by echoing media reports stirred by political sectors interested in weakening bilateral ties.

The Russia diplomatic mission referred in that regard to speculations that at least 32 accounts cancelled by Facebook over the past few days were linked to Russia’s efforts to create a negative atmosphere in the United States.

The sector that promotes the false accusations against Russia for interfering in US internal affairs is the same that casts doubts on the election of Donald Trump as the US president in 2016, warned the Russian Embassy, quoted by Moscow television.

The Russian Embassy described as inexplicable the summon of one of its officials by the Department of State to talk about something that was never done and about which Washington is unable to present evidence one year after the beginning of the investigation into that matter.

The communiqué pointed out that in order to promote an atmosphere of Russophobia, the United States violates ethics by publishing the content of conversations by diplomats.

Despite the lack of evidence about Russia’s alleged interference, Washington has implemented at least three rounds of unilateral sanctions and is preparing another one this year that was partially approved by the US Congress.

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