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MOSCOW, March 28. /TASS/. Moscow is sick and tired of allegations about its interference in election processes in European countries, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexei Meshkov told TASS.
When commenting on media reports accusing Moscow of interfering in election processes, he said that "we are sick and tired of news about Russia’s alleged interference in elections across Europe."
"If our counterparts believe that Russia has interfered in these processes and achieved some results, then we can say that the outcome of any elections in any European country is a result of Russia’s interference, no matter what the actual outcome is."
However, according to Meshkov, in case parties that call for cooperation with Moscow lose elections, no one speaks about Russia’s interference.
"After the elections in the Netherlands and Bulgaria, no one said a word about Russia’s interference," the Russian diplomat noted.