• The media learned about the reluctance of the FBI to accuse Russia of meddling in elections

  • FBI Director James Comey spoke out against accusations of Russia's intention to interfere in the electoral campaign in the United States. On Monday, October 31, reports CNBC, citing a source in the Federal Bureau of investigation.

    According to him, Komi Republic agreed with the conclusions of National intelligence regarding the fact that due to hacker attacks and leakage of sensitive information of a political nature "are the representatives of a foreign state." However, he was against disclosure of this information before the election.

    7 Oct published joint statement of the Ministry of homeland security and National intelligence, in which it was claimed that hacker attacks are the Russian authorities. The intelligence services noted that these actions were designed to interfere in the electoral process in the United States.


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