In April, the US Democratic Party filed a lawsuit against Russia. In response, the Ministry of Justice of Russia re-issued the right of New York to the right of Russia as a foreign sovereign state to ensure immunity in this matter.
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The Ministry of Justice of Russia sent a letter to the Federal Court of New York City, satisfying the requirements of the US Democratic Party about Moscow's possible involvement in US elections. The Russian side said it would not participate in the trial. RIA Novosti familiarized with the report.
The letter of the Agency and its annex consist of 12 pages. When they were sent to court, RIA Novosti did not specify.
"The Russian Federation honors the fact that it does not fall under the aforementioned court proceedings and does not deny sovereign immunity to international law or the laws of the United States or the federal courts of the United States and to the jurisdiction of the United States District Court." Please enter the text of the message agency. According to RIA Novosti, "the Russian Federation will be preserved [в этом деле] all rights of a foreign sovereign state ".
The message was signed by Mikhail Vinogradov, Director of the Department of International Law and Cooperation of the Ministry of Justice of Russia, the agency reports.
The US National Democratic Party has filed a lawsuit against Russia in April for alleged interference in US presidential elections in 2016. In addition to Moscow and the General Staff of the General Staff of the Russian General Staff (called GRU – Main Intelligence Directorate, 2010), respondents presented the current president of the US, Donald Trump, Trump himself, his trusted representatives, entrepreneur Araz Agalarov. Kouchner and his son Donald Trump, and founder of WikiLeaks Julian Assange.
The Kremlin has been conducting an investigation into the "headache" of the United States, which hampers the election
In the claims, high-ranking officials in the Tromp election campaign claimed that the government of the Russian government would harm Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party's ex-candidate, and would help Thompson by threatening Democratic Party computers and distributing documents.
In Moscow, these data were denied several times. Trap called them a "predator".
Nevertheless, the US has been investigating possible Russian interference in Russia's 2016 presidential election since last year. It is headed by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller. The last time the Kremlin was named the "head of American partners". "So far, what product can the commission produce is an accusation. We have nothing to do with it and we do not want it, "Russian President Dmitry Peskov said.