The expert commented on the new accusations against Britain in Russia

Statements Britain about the alleged Russian interference in parliamentary elections in 2019 and the attempt associated with Moscow hackers to steal in Britain, USA and Canada information about vaccine development from COVID-19 speak of the difficulties experienced by the Western community, and internal contradictions, said RIA Novosti member of the Council on foreign and defense policy, Minister Counsellor of the Russian Embassy in the UK (2011-2017) Alexander Kramarenko.

The British foreign Secretary Dominic Raab in a written statement to Parliament says that Russia "almost certainly" tried to intervene in the British elections of 2019, on this fact opened a criminal investigation. In addition, the cyber security Centre of the United Kingdom stated that allegedly associated with Russian hackers tried to steal in Britain, USA and Canada information about vaccine development from COVID-19.

Russia rejects accusations of London in hacker attacks on vaccines, and meddling in the elections of 2019, these are groundless statements, told RIA Novosti press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov.

He recalled that Russia was also accused of meddling in the referendum in 2016, and the parliamentary election 2017. "There have been attempts to find evidence, but they found nothing. And those of the parliamentary Commission, which this started, was forced to admit," said the analyst.

"When everybody lumped together allegations against us, I think it speaks to the difficulty that Western countries are worried: they see no other foolproof way to explain to public opinion the difficulties they faced as soon as the machinations of the Kremlin, "a hand of Moscow" and so on", - noted the Agency interlocutor.

Kramarenko said that the Western elites is intellectually exhausted, they have no ideas.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is still occupying the post of the head of the British foreign Ministry, said in an interview with RIA Novosti that the UK has no data on the interference of Russia in a referendum on Brexit and other political processes.

Russia has repeatedly denied accusations of trying to influence the democratic processes in different countries, as the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called them "completely unfounded". The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking about alleged Russian intervention in elections in different countries, said that there are no facts confirming it, no.

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