The Kremlin Accuses Washington of “Interfering”

The Kremlin accused the United States of “interfering” on Sunday (January 24th), denouncing the statement of the US embassy in Moscow published shortly before the protests in Russia demanding the release of opponent Alexei Navalny, AFP reported.

The American diplomatic delegation had warned on its website that American citizens should not go to the demonstrations scheduled for Saturday, January 23, specifying the places where these events will take place.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with public TV channel Russia 1 on Sunday that the published information “indirectly interferes indirectly in our internal affairs,” and extracts of it were published on the site.

“Indirectly, this is a direct support for the violation of Russian Federation law by supporting unauthorized actions. If the Russian embassy in the United States has responded in the same way to unrest on American soil, then this has certainly caused some to happen,” Peskov said From Washington. “

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