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Lukashenko reacted to the detention of Russian citizens in Belarus

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has ordered to investigate the situation with the detention in Minsk allegedly citizens of Russia, stating that Minsk "there is no purpose to discredit close to the country."

Earlier, the Belarusian media reported, citing a source in law enforcement bodies about the detention in Minsk "32 militants, foreign private company Wagner", and also about another detainee in the South. They all allegedly are Russian citizens. Thus, according to the messages previously received information about the arrival in Belarus ", more than 200 militants to destabilize the situation during the election campaign."

In the Federation Council commented on the information about the detention of Russians in Belarus

Information on detention in Belarus are Russians, allegedly included in PMC "Wagner", requires verification by law enforcement, Moscow and Minsk need to work on them, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, a Senator, a Colonel of the GRU, Alexei Kondratiev.

The Belarusian state Agency BelTA reported Wednesday, citing an unnamed source in law enforcement bodies that, under the Minsk detained "32 militants, the foreign private company Wagner", another was arrested in the South of the country. All of them, according to the Agency, the Russians. Thus, according to the report, earlier information was received of the arrival in Belarus ", more than 200 militants to destabilize the situation during the election campaign."

The Kremlin responded to the accusations in the address of Russia in misinformation about COVID-19

Press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov called the publication of the U.S. media that Moscow is carrying out a campaign of "misinformation" about the coronavirus, "obsessive phobia".

According to him, the Russian media are actively covering the situation COVID-19, however, no need to search for fakes in quality and objective work of journalists.

Kosachev responded to statements about the distribution of Russian fakes about COVID-19

The head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev called nonsense statements about the fact that Russia allegedly spreading fakes about the coronavirus.

Previously in two us media have been articles with charges of the Russian Federation in misinformation about the pandemic - the alleged former employees of the GRU post information, trying to influence the moods of Americans. According to sources, publications, Russia seeks to influence the US presidential election in November.

In the Federation Council responded to the accusations in the address of Russia in misinformation about COVID-19

Russia, unlike US, never accused other countries of involvement in the spread of the coronavirus, and developing a vaccine, said RIA Novosti on Wednesday the first Deputy head of the international Committee of the Federation Council, the FSB General Vladimir Jabbarov.

Previously in two us media have been articles with charges of the Russian Federation in misinformation about the pandemic - the alleged former employees of the GRU post information, trying to influence the moods of Americans. According to sources, publications, Russia seeks to influence the US presidential election in November.

"All cashing in on the Mac". Who is behind the drug trafficking from Afghanistan

In the United States hyping the campaign about Russia's collusion with the Taliban. Calls Donald trump to stop accusing Moscow does not act. Congress called for sanctions and rebukes the President for inaction. In response, the Russian foreign Ministry recalled that the Americans involved in the Afghan drug trafficking. Why this problem can not be solved for many years, understood to RIA Novosti.

"These countless kickbacks from the projects that were there, part of the same wonderful American intelligence that our accused of something in the drug trafficking. They have planes from Kandahar from Bagram fly without checking in anywhere — in Germany, Romania," resented the special representative of Russia on the Afghan settlement Zamir Kabulov, the TV channel "Russia 1". In the White house and the state Department has not commented on the statements of the Russian diplomat.

Bolton called the attitude trump Putin a mystery

Personal attitude of the President of the United States Donald trump to Russian leader Vladimir Putin was a mystery, says ex-White house adviser for national security John Bolton.

This is stated in his book "the Room where it happened: a memoir of the White house," which went on sale Tuesday.

Bolton: trump wanted to cancel sanctions against Russia for the incident in Salisbury

The President of the United States Donald trump wanted to cancel sanctions against Russia, introduced in connection with the incident in the British Salisbury, writes the former White house adviser on national security, John Bolton.

This is stated in his book "the Room where it happened: a memoir of the White house," which went on sale Tuesday.

Zakharov commented on the BBC series of the poisoning Skrobala

The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova said of the series about the poisoning of Sergey and Yulia Skrobala, which was first published in English the BBC news channel.

"The whole thing, as you know, was entirely fabricated. This is a huge Scam in General in the tradition of Albion", - she added.

Russia is ready to consider the data on cyber attacks in Germany, said Titov

If Germany has received from the United States confirm the fault of anyone in the cyber attacks on the Bundestag that Russia is ready to consider them, but such failure will be treated as baseless accusations, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Titov.

"If the German side have received from Washington documentary evidence of someone's guilt, then we are ready to consider these materials. Their presentation we will be treated as baseless charge of Russia", - he said.

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