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Lavrov calls accusations of Russian interference in elections US ‘nonsense’

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The Russian minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov, the allegations of Russian interference in the U.s. election Saturday once again denied. Thirteen Russians were Friday by the U.s. court indicted.

“As long as there are no facts, all of that is nonsense’, said Lavrov on joining the international security conference in Munich. The Russians would be a conspiracy forged in advantage ended from the campaign team of Donald Trump.

The inbeschuldigingstellingen by special prosecutor Robert Mueller are seen as a key development in his ongoing investigation into the American presidential election of 2016. His team are looking for evidence of the presumed intervention of the Russians in the elections to Trump support in the fight against Hillary Clinton, and also examines whether there is cooperation of Russians with the campaign team of Trump and or who last tried to research on them to work against.

President Trump on Twitter all the allegations about the cooperation of his team with the Russians rejected.

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