CIA Director: report on cyber attacks will be focused only on Russia

WASHINGTON, 4 Jan — RIA Novosti. The us intelligence report on cyber attacks will be focused only on “actions,” not the entire problem as a whole, said Tuesday the Director of the CIA John Brennan.

“We know that many countries are doing it. But this report will focus on the actions of Russia”, — he said in an interview with broadcaster PBS.

Brennan refused to go into details, but said that he will not only be the incumbent Democrat Barack Obama, but also comes to replace him January 20, the Republican Donald Trump.

The head of the CIA said that “was produced, a full evaluation (of information) and analyses of a number made by the intelligence community.” According to him, this was done in order to “be sure that we are accurately”.

Those who have not seen the report and doubts its correctness, Brennan suggested that “to wait and see before we speak, what moments have included members of the intelligence community.”

Previously, trump has repeatedly questioned the authenticity of the conclusions of US intelligence that Russia allegedly involved in the cyber attacks on the system on elections in the United States to influence the electoral process.

Brennan said that the report “is in final stages of completion”. Earlier, representatives of the current US administration talked about the fact that he will be prepared before the end of Obama’s term of office on January 20.

Previously, some of the 17 intelligence agencies within the US intelligence community, said that Russian hackers allegedly attacked during the election campaign the resources of political organizations in the country to help Republican Donald Trump to win. However, such conclusions did not agree, FBI Director James Comey. No evidence of Russia’s involvement in hacking attacks with the aim of influencing the result of the presidential election, the U.S. government never filed.

Team trump has called the attempt to link hackers with his victory in the elections “an attempt to delegitimize” the results of the elections.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking about the accusations of hacking, claimed in the published data there is nothing in the interests of Russia, and hysteria-mongering to distract from their content. Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called allegations against Moscow “completely unfounded”, according to him, such statements based on nothing.