Moscow rejects new allegations by FBI Director Christopher Wray of meddling in US elections, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Wednesday.
“Our stance has remained unchanged. There are no grounds whatsoever for asserting that Russia tried or is going to meddle [in US elections], as the FBI head said recently,” Ryabkov told reporters.
“We will follow Robert Mueller’s speech,” the diplomat said when asked whether Moscow would follow former US special counsel Robert Mueller’s speech in the lower house of Congress on the alleged meddling in US elections.
“We will read and see how much his speech differs from what his report states,” Ryabkov said.