Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov considered absurd accusations against Moscow associated with “collusion” with extremist movement “the Taliban” (banned in Russia). He stated this in an interview with NBC, excerpts of which were published on Monday, June 30.

“You know, I may be a little rough, but it’s 100 percent bullshit,” — said press Secretary of Russian President Vladimir Putin, adding that he understands redeployment of his statements. According to him, to distribute this information properly.

Answering a question about Moscow’s attitude to such actions as “act of aggression”, Peskov said that he does not consider this situation possible.

“as far As I know, none of the representatives of the United States has never raised a question about it. They have their own system for maintaining contact, which involves exchanges of "non-public information”, — he said.

Earlier, a Kremlin spokesman called the reports false and suggested to focus on the statement of the American leader is Donald trump, who has already assessed the publication, The New York Times.

According to the American leader, he was not provided information about the attack on the military from the Russian troops.

“Perhaps this is another hoax associated with Russia, maybe with the help of fake news the New York Times wants to put the Republicans in a bad light,” said trump.

On 26 June, the newspaper, citing US intelligence agencies reported that the Russian military intelligence secretly offered to pay for the murder of American soldiers. Thus, Moscow allegedly wanted to disrupt the peace negotiations, the U.S. and the Taliban, says the publication. In Russia, accusations are called unfounded.