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VIENNA, February 23. /TASS/. Members of the US delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly have presented no evidence of Russia’s alleged interference in US elections, OSCE PA Special Representative on Anti-Terrorism Nikolay Kovalev, a member of the Russian delegation, told TASS on Thursday.
Earlier in the day, Russian and US lawmakers held a meeting on sidelines of the OSCE PA winter session.
"The issue of ‘interference in the elections’ has been raised," Kovalev said. "Hacking was affirmed as a threat to democratic foundations of a state and (it was said) it was necessary to fight the phenomenon."
"There was no mention of the evidence, so we said that we were ready for joint work but on the basis on concrete documents," the member of Russian parliament’s lower house said.