Russia vows response to diplomat expulsion from US
Russia has promised to respond to the expulsion of 35 of its diplomats from Washington,
the center of a bitter controversy over its alleged Russian intervention in the recent US presidential election.
He said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev in President Barack Obama’s administration that ends in “anti-Russian moribund.”
The Foreign Ministry said Russia’s response would be announced on Friday.
Russia denies any involvement piracy and calls for the work of the United States was “baseless.”
Under the action taken by the United States on Thursday:
He announced thirty five diplomats from the Embassy of Russia and Washington and consulate in San Francisco, “persona non grata” and given 72 hours to leave the United States with their families
Two compounds said to have been used by the Russian intelligence services in New York and Maryland will be closed
It was announced sanctions against nine entities and individuals, including two Russian intelligence agencies, the GRU and FSB
Obama, who will be replaced by Donald Trump on January 20, has pledged action against Russia amid US accusations made against cyber-attacks on the Democratic Party and the campaign of Hillary Clinton.
It was issued during the campaign by WikiLeaks – e-mails that were stolen from the director of her campaign and the Democratic National Committee servers – some contain embarrassing information to the Democrats.