Moscow – the Russian president, Russian President Vladimir PutinHe dismissed allegations that Russia was behind the cyber attacks against the United States as “ridiculous.” In an interview with NBC Before the summit with the American president, Joe Biden“Where is the evidence? It has become a farce,” Putin asked. defied NBC News, then the US government, to provide evidence.
“We have been accused of all kinds of things, such as election interference, cyber attacks and so on, but they have never bothered to provide any kind of evidence, just baseless accusations,” Ker Stammer told the reporter. Putin said he was open to the possibility of a prisoner exchange between Russia and the United States. He said, “Yes, of course.” NBC News When asked if he could envision an exchange between Americans detained in Russia, Paul Whelan and Trevor Read, and Russians detained in the United States.
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Putin denied that he tried to kill the opponent Alexei Navalny But it does not guarantee that the opponent will come out alive from prison. “Look, such decisions in this country are not made by the president,” Putin said.
Putin spoke to Stammer for an hour and a half while Biden attended the G7 summit in Cornwall, from which Russia was suspended in 2014 after Ukraine’s annexation of Crimea.
Cyber security, hacker attacks on the agenda of the meeting between Biden and Putin
by Daniel Castellani Pirelli
Relations between the United States and Russia are at an all-time low, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said today due to a series of Moscow-related cyber attacks, and old mutual accusations such as Russia’s interference in the 2016 and 2020 US elections. Electoral interference, cyber attacks, etc. And they never once, not once, bothered to provide any kind of evidence or evidence. Just baseless accusations.”