MOSCOW, 1 Nov — RIA Novosti. The accusations of the head of the British MI5 counterintelligence Andrew Parker said that Russia aggressively tries to advance its foreign policy abroad, using, in particular, modern methods, not unfounded, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
“These words are not true, we are unable to agree with them. Statements about cyber attacks, we repeatedly commented on”, — said Peskov told reporters when asked to comment on the words of Parker.
According to him, until, “unless someone will lead any evidence of” any statement, whether the head of MI5, Vice President of the United States or other responsible person, “will be considered unfounded and unjustified”. “We cannot accept in any way those allegations into account,” — said Peskov.
He stated that it could agree with the head of MI5 in only one. “Russia is really using all the features, however, in contrast to what he said, using all of the possibilities available under international law to promote their interests abroad. And Russia always does, guided by the principles of mutually beneficial relationships and focusing on building a good and asimovian relations with all partners”, — said the press Secretary of the head of state.