Britain accuses Russia of interference in elections and cyberattacks in laboratories investigating COVID-19

The UK accused Russia on Thursday of trying to interfere in the European country’s 2019 general election and launch cyber attacks against British laboratories trying to develop the COVID-19 vaccine, two allegations made by the Kremlin has already rejected.

UK Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said in a statement that Russia “was trying to interfere in the recent elections” held as part of the Brexit seizures and that a government report online that “intensified” trade negotiations with the United States have emerged that the British National Health Service (NHS) was on the table and that it was unveiled in full campaign by then Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn.

“On the basis of a comprehensive analysis, the government has concluded that Russian actors have almost certainly attempted to interfere in the 2019 general election by amplifying illegally acquired and leaked government documents online,” said Raab.

Britain accuses Russia of interference in elections and cyberattacks in laboratories investigating COVID-19
Britain accuses Russia of interference in elections and cyberattacks in laboratories investigating COVID-19

The British secret service has been investigating for months how this 451-page report full of official emails, according to the British newspaper “The Guardian”, got into the hands of Corbyn during the last campaign.

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