Kremlin Says Convinced Of US Attempts To Wiretap Putin

March 9, 2017, Written by

Peskov Says Its Not A Secret That US Listens To Russian Officials

Kremlin Says It’s Convinced In US Attempts To Wiretap Putin. Peskov Thinks It Not A Secret That US Listens To Russian Officials.


Information about attempts to “eavesdrop” Russian Officials, especially President Putin is worth of attention, the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

“Together with the international community, naturally, we paid attention to these published data and of course, they deserve attention and they must be carefully observed,” said Peskov.

The presidential press secretary noted that Washington does not hide that they actively listen to Russian officials. For example, Russia’s ambassador to the US Sergei Kislyak.

“No one is hiding it, you don’t even need WikiLeaks to guess that,” – added Peskov.

Earlier WikiLeaks published nearly nine thousand documents and files stored in the internal network of the Cyber ​​Intelligence Center, based at the CIA headquarters in Langley. The site reported that the first part of the publication is less than one percent of the total volume of documents.