The Kremlin wants U.S. President Donald Trump to weigh in on whether the White House views Russian Federation as a threat to the U.S. and its allies, stating that it is Trump's opinion that matters to Moscow, not the vice president's.
"Apart from this claim which absolutely does not conform to reality, we have not seen any other information nor heard any arguments for the reliability of this information and we resolutely deny the possibility that such a thing could have happened", Peskov told journalists, adding that he had not read the report.
CBS News confirmed the authenticity of the report Monday after the 5-page document was published by The Intercept.
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Peskov made the comments in response to news reports that a United States intelligence contractor leaked confidential findings that Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) had attempted to breach American election computer systems.
The classified National Security Agency report, which was published online by The Intercept, does not say whether the hacking had any effect on election results. According to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov and there are no current plans for any media statement to be issued after the meeting.
When asked what kind of official U.S. statements mattered most to Russia, Peksov said that "obviously, President Trump's position is the main thing that Moscow takes into consideration, this is what we are focused on".
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Speaking at the Atlantic Council in Washington on June 5, Pence strongly reaffirmed the USA commitment to NATO as "unwavering".
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Putin dismisses US claims about Trump, Russia and elections
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