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Message body Russian Ambassador warns US against interfering with elections in Russia

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Message body Russian Ambassador warns US against interfering with elections in Russia


10.01.2018

Aaron Siirila, CC BY-SA 2.5//wikimedia.orgAmerican authorities are trying to influence Moscow in respect to the coming elections, the Russian Embassy in US believes. The diplomats consider such activity inacceptable, TASS reports.

US State Department reprimands Russia because some candidates had been refused to be listed as participants for political reasons. Russian Embassy stressed that such claims are groundless and are extremely politically loaded. Besides, US State Department also had expressed doubts that the elections in Russia would be democratic, which is also inconsistent, according to the Russian establishment.

Note that three days ago they finished to register self-nominating candidates. 15 were registered, 7 were rejected.

Russkiy Mir Foundation has reported earlier that the issue about Russia interfering with the President’s elections in US and other countries like Montenegro and Austria had been raised more than once last year. Vladimir Putin and Sergey Lavrov had always denied such accusations and asked not to demonize the Russian authorities.

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