Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama at the G20 summit in China gave “a clear answer” to the allegations of Russian interference in the election process in the United States. This was stated to journalists by the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov, reports “RIA Novosti”.
According to him, was a conversation “tete-a-tete” during which “various topics discussed.” Theme of charges also “touched”.
“Our side was given a very clear answer, which might not fit into what we were trying to explain Obama,” — said Ushakov.
The US has “no doubt” that, if any country tries to influence the “objectivity of our elections”, then you need to “take action”. Recently stated by President Barack Obama. According to him, the U.S. will react to Russia’s intervention in the American elections “at the time and place of their choosing”.
According to Obama, some of this information “will be to tell and to publicize that fact — no,” he said. A cyber attack on the services of the Democratic party “helped create the atmosphere” in which “focused on e-mail Hillary, the Clinton Foundation, political gossip around the Democratic party,” added the President of the United States.
That Putin has “personally participated” in the campaign for intervention in the US presidential election, December 15, reported NBC News. According to its two sources with “direct access to information,” explored showed that Putin was in charge of the process, as the Democrats got into print.
In the Kremlin these messages are called “ridiculous nonsense”. It “can have no basis”, stated the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.