TOKIO - Russian President Vladimir Putin has told his US counterpart Barack Obama made very clear what he thinks of allegations about hacking of American institutions. A close associate of Putin said Friday at his visit to Tokyo that Putin and Obama here on the sidelines of the G20 summit in September tête-à-tête discussed.
Putin then transferred on the matter are clear position. The employee did not say what Putin Obama has given to understand, but suggested that it might not fit into Obama's version of events.
In the US, there are numerous accusations of Russian secret services of trying to influence the US presidential election with hackers practices. As Obama's Democratic Party was there the fallen victim. US officials said Thursday that Putin himself oversaw the hackers who tried to help include Donald Trump to victory.