Russia rejects europe election hacking claims, but says EU leaders should step up sanctions against Russian
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has dismissed criticism of Russia’s vote to elect a new pres우리 카지노ident, saying all candidates are “electing as they see fit.”
“The EU and European foreign ministers should step up the efforts to counter Russia’s vote,” the ministry said in a statement late on Sunday.
The comments come as the EU tries to contain what it believes may be a Ru카지노ssian election-related hacking effort.
A group of western computer experts released a report on Sunday showing that the Russian government appears to have bought and run fake news websites from Ukraine and other internet users.
On Sunday a group of US-based news and political media companies said it believed Russians targeted both Google and Facebook with “massive” social media campaigns aimed at swaying voters on Brexit and presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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