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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Putin spoke about the hackers who could switch to Russia

For attempts to interfere in the American elections could be computer hackers from the United States. And Russia simply “framed” in the course of acute political struggle. And he did it “easily and professionally.” This opinion was expressed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview with U.S. television channel.

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The so-called Russian hackers who are involved in attempts to interfere in the U.S. presidential election in 2016, could be from almost anywhere in the world. Including from the United States. This was stated by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in interview to TV channel NBC. Russia could just “substitute” and to do it easily and professionally. This is possible when there is a sharp political rivalry, said the Russian head of state.

“They can be in Russia, in Asia, even in America, in Latin America. It could be hackers, by the way, in the United States, which are very skillfully and professionally moved the arrow on Russia”, — said in an interview with Vladimir Putin, noting that it allows that the probability of such exist “in the course of sharp political struggle.”

Earlier in the St. Petersburg international economic forum of the Western journalists has asked President Vladimir Putin to answer the question about “Russian hackers”. The President said that Russia at the state level is not engaged and Vice versa, trying to deal with it.

To influence the people’s will in another country no hackers are not able. Data networks will not affect the result as “do not lie on the minds of voters, the consciousness of the people,” the President said at the forum.


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