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MOSCOW, June 11. /TASS/. The Kremlin believes that Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine should check what was behind the cyberattack against the German parliament.
"The Kremlin advises all those interested to contact the editors of the much-respected periodical with a request to check the information," Russian presidential spokesman told the media.
He was speaking in reply to question about Der Spiegel’s speculations a Russian secret service might have been behind a cyberattack against the German parliament.