• The Kremlin has accused the chief of British intelligence

  • Charges the Director of the British intelligence service MI5 Andrew Parker in Russia, including cyber attacks, unfounded. On Tuesday, 1 November, said the Kremlin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, reports the correspondent of".ru".

    "Unless someone will lead any evidence (of Russian involvement in cyber attacks — approx. "Of the tape.ru"), any statement, whether the head of MI5, Vice President of the United States or other responsible person will be considered unfounded and unjustified", — said Peskov.

    He said that it could agree with Parker in one. "Russia is really using all of the possibilities available under international law to advance their interests abroad", — said the representative of the Kremlin.


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