Kremlin: US and British charges against Russia pronounced easily, but have no proof
The Kremlin sees no reason why it should respond in any way to US and British allegations Russian hackers are about to launch an attack, because these statements have no proof to rely on, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
"We have no idea what the latest portion of accusations is base on. As a rule they are pronounced very easily. Nobody ever takes the trouble of providing any arguments. We treat these statements accordingly," TASS cited the spokesperson as saying.
"The gist and groundless nature of the charges remains the same. In our viewpoint these unfounded claims are utterly worthless," Peskov added.