As the Kremlin stated yesterday, it denies its allegations Britain that “Russians hackersHad tried to influence the outcome of last year's UK elections, and that Russian intelligence services had probably violated a coronavirus.
The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov"We have no information on who might have violated the pharmaceutical companies and research centers in Britain," he said. We can only say this: that Russia has nothing to do with these attempts. "
The British security service in cyberspace blamed a team on Thursday hacking, who said she was "almost certain" that she was working for the sake of Russia's intelligence services and had tried to steal information about the coronavirus vaccine.
However, Peskov said: "we do not accept these accusations", while he added that the same applies to the "latest baseless allegations of interference in the 2019 elections".
The British government has accused the "Russian hackers" of seeking to interfere in last year's elections by leaking some commercial documents between London and Washington.
For her part, the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova he had earlier mocked this claim, saying it was "so vague and contradictory that it is practically impossible to understand".