The Obama administration is preparing to announce a series of reprisals against Russia for interference in U.S. elections. Actions must include enhanced sanctions and diplomatic measures, the report said.
Russia will respond to any "hostile actions" that the United States could take in response to the allegations of hacking during elections in 2016, reported in accordance with the official representative of the Ministry. Employees of U.S. intelligence reported that hackers broke into the Network to attack the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton.
Official representative of Russian foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said in a statement on the Ministry's website, "If Washington will indeed take new hostile steps, and they will answer ... any actions against the Russian diplomatic missions in the United States, the actions will be immediately bounce back on the American diplomats in Russia."
She went on to talk about the burglary, "frankly, we're tired about lying about the Russian hackers. Disinformation the Obama administration, aimed at providing excuses for their own inability." American officials also said that the Federal government is planning some surprise action taken by the agent means at the time of their choice.
In recent months, representatives of the Obama administration focused on protecting the system for voting and to prevent hackers attempting to influence the vote. Officials breathed a sigh of relief when the election of November 8 was completed without falsification of votes.
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