"The answer is very simple, no". 'And the fact that Russian Federation is being demonized n that sense comes very unusual at us'. "And we are really sorry about that", he added.
He went on to add that the United States is humiliating itself by claiming that a foreign country was even capable of interfering with the elections. 'You're self-humiliating yourself, saying that a country can intervene in your election process'. "This is simply impossible".
"We will never let anyone to put his nose in our domestic affairs, but we're quite reciprocal in that attitude when it comes to other countries". "But it would be nonsense, because this is not true", Peskov said.
"We have never seen any evidence", he said.
Several congressional committees, as well as United States intelligence agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, continue to investigate how and to what degree Moscow may have helped Trump score his completely unexpected victory over Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. He was talking about bilateral relations.
Peskov said that there was certainly a difference in how Trump and Clinton talked about Russian Federation, but "tthat doesn't mean... that Russian Federation has interfered in [the] electoral process". "This is what is being performed by every ambassador of Russian Federation overseas, every ambassador of the United States overseas, including in Moscow".
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Concerning similar-style meetings between members of the Clinton campaign and Kislyak, Peskov said, "If you look at some people connected with Hillary Clinton during her campaign, you would probably see that he had lots of meetings of that kind".
'But there were no meetings about electoral processes, ' the spokesman added.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov listens for a question during his news conference at the ASEAN Russia summit, in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, in this file photo.
"We don't have a proper understanding of perspectives of future of our bilateral relationship", he said.
The two leaders held talks at the Kremlin to discuss strategic aspects of the development of Russian-Turkish bilateral relations, as well as cooperation to address pressing global and regional issues, especially conflicts in Syria and Iraq.