Kremlin views allegations of Russia's involvement in attack on MP Mosiychuk as habitual hysteria of Kyiv
MOSCOW. Oct 26 (Interfax) - The Kremlin has called the claims that there are traces of Russian involvement in the attack on Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada deputy Ihor Mosiychuk unfounded and hysterical.
"As always, Kyiv is making completely baseless, unfounded, and hysterical allegations, not just against Ramzan Kadyrov, but also against practically everyone who holds any kind of office in Moscow," presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday.
The allegations made in Ukraine are another manifestation of Russophobia, he said.
"No doubt, this is another manifestation of the Russophobia which, unfortunately, has engulfed Ukraine and Kyiv," Peskov said.