The FBI Director called the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Kislyak “spy”
The Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation, James Comey claims that the American intelligence has evidence of Russ ian interference in the presidential election in 2016, and one of the key figures in the plans of Moscow was allegedly the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergey Kislyak.
About Komi said on Monday, March 20, reporting to the us Congress about the “Russian trace” in the presidential elections and Moscow’s influence in their result, according to “Russian conversation”.
According to Komi, the intervention of Russian special services in the course of the presidential elections in the United States allegedly is not the first attempt of Moscow to influence the democratic processes in the country, and the intelligence community has evidence of the involvement of President Vladimir Putin.
The FBI Director argues that a key role was played by the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak, whose Komi called “spy”, also confirmed his contact with a former adviser to Donald trump on national security by Michael Flynn.
“The Russian Ambassador to the USA, most likely, was a spy mission. Flynn Kislyak had a secret conversation about Obama’s sanctions against Russia”, – he said.
We will remind, the Russian Ambassador in Washington in February became the most discussed person in the American media after it was revealed the details of his meetings with several representatives of the environment Donald trump. Michael Flynn contacts Kislyak turned resignation from the post of adviser to the head of the state.