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MOSCOW, October 25. /TASS/. What is imputed to Russian president’s aide Vladislav Surkov by hackers has nothing to do with reality in most cases, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday.
"I know Surkov for more than ten years and all sorts of things have always been imputed to him, either by our hacker or by foreign hackers," Peskov told journalists. "He is a talented man, so, it’s only natural that they have always been seeking to impute different alleged intentions to him."
"In most cases, it has nothing to do with the real state of things," Peskov stressed.
When asked whether it is applicable to media allegations about Surkov’s e-mail hacked by Ukrainian hackers, he answered, "Naturally."
According to recent media reports, Surkov’s e-mail hacked by Ukrainian hackers contained correspondence revealing plans of destabilization of the situation in Ukraine.