Foreign Ministry: Germany did not submit evidence of guilt of Moscow in the cyber attack

The German foreign Ministry has not presented the Ambassador of the Russian Federation proofs of fault of Moscow in the cyber attacks on the Bundestag, said in an interview with RIA Novosti first Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Titov.

"All this for a long time the German authorities any evidence of guilt of our country is presented. They have not provided them and to our Ambassador during the conversation the German foreign Ministry", - he said.

At the end of may, Russian Ambassador in Berlin, Sergei Nechayev was summoned to the German foreign Ministry in connection with the case about the attack on the Bundestag.

Federal prosecutors in Germany in may issued an international warrant for the arrest of the citizen of the Russian Federation Dmitry Badin, who is suspected of involvement in the hacker attack on the Bundestag in 2015. Badin is also wanted by the FBI, us investigators it is referred to the group of seven Russians suspected of cyberwoman, the FBI believes that he is an employee of the Russian military intelligence GRU.

The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Berlin did not provide evidence of Russia's involvement in the hacker attack.

The full text of the interview is available on the website ria.ru at 12.00 GMT.