The Russian Embassy in Germany has not commented on the call to the Ambassador to the foreign Ministry

The Russian Embassy has not commented on the call, Ambassador Sergey Nechayev in the German foreign office because of the case about "Russian hackers", referring to the previously made statement.

Earlier Thursday, the German foreign Ministry reported that the Ministry had summoned the Ambassador Nechaev. State Secretary of the foreign Ministry Miguel Berger on behalf of the Federal government strongly condemned a hacker attack on the German Bundestag in April-may 2015. He informed that the government through the Brussels activates cybermancy the EU against those responsible for the cyber attack on German Bundestag, including wanted 5 may Dmitry Badin.

The day before, the Embassy has published a review on the topic, which the Commission gave to the German Agency DPA. In the comments it was noted that Moscow has expressed willingness to discuss the issue and examine the facts, but the interest of Berlin, came to naught, and the background of the pandemic, "someone needed to" remind the world about the "Russian threat".

German magazine Spiegel said that the hackers during the attack on the Bundestag in 2015, has copied two of the mailbox containing the correspondence of the parliamentary office of German Chancellor Angela Merkel from 2012 to 2015. Merkel herself, speaking in the Bundestag, called the cyber attack "unpleasant" in the context of its efforts to develop good relations with Russia. Merkel noted that it would strive to develop relations with Russia, but the case of attributed to a Russian hacking attack on the Bundestag does not make the process easier. The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Berlin did not provide evidence of Russia's involvement in the hacker attack on the Bundestag in 2015.

Western countries regularly accuse Russia of involvement in hacker attacks on its infrastructure. Moscow denies the accusations as unproven.