Read What Russia Said About US Allegation over Ambassador

Russia to claims by U.S intelligence that the Russian Ambassador to the U.S, Sergey Kislyak is one of Russia's top spies and spy-recruiters in Washington has responded aggressively.
The allegations were made in a Washington post report on Thursday, claiming that U.S Attorney General, Jeff Sessions had meetings with Kislyak during the  electoral campaign period to discuss electoral matters, an allegation Sessions has since denied 

Russia' Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, has angrily reacted to the 'spy recruiting' allegations against Kislyak claiming he is a well 'respected statesman' and not a spy.

'Kislyak is a well-known, world-class diplomat." Maria Zakharova told CNN Moscow.

"He was deputy minister of foreign affairs in Russia, who has communicated with American colleagues for decades in different fields, and CNN accused him of being a Russian spy ... of recruiting? Oh my God!"
-Maria Zakharova

She said media reports about the encounters between Sessions and Kislyak, calling "shameful," an "attempt at total misinformation" and a kind of "vandalism."

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also reacted angrily ti the allegations saying;

 "Nobody has heard a single statement from US intelligence agencies' representatives regarding our ambassador. 
Again, these are some depersonalized assumptions of the media that are constantly trying to blow this situation out of proportion."
"This emotional atmosphere builds up a certain resistance to the idea of developing a relationship with Russia. That's true. The negative effect is obvious here" 
-Dmitry Peskov.

In my own opinion. How does a fat guy make a good spy?.


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