Senators Elizabeth Warren and Mazie Hirono sent a letter to the US authorities with a request to provide information whether the Washington that Moscow was allegedly involved in the attacks of the terrorist group “Taliban”* for U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. The document reviewed RT.

Policy asked for clarification from the White house adviser on national security, Robert O'Brian, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, Minister of defense Mark Esper and the head of National intelligence John Ratcliffe.

“We sent the letter to get clarification about the data you have about reports that Russian military intelligence (GRU) secretly paid associated with the Taliban insurgents for killing American soldiers in Afghanistan, and to learn about taken in connection with these measures”, — the document says.

Warren and Hirono, citing U.S. media, claim that some sources allegedly confirmed and revealed details of the agreement between Russia and the fighters, but Moscow and Washington have denied this information.

“President trump, apparently, deliberately echoes the denials of the Russian authorities, who seem to us about,” write the senators.

According to the authors of the letter, instead of taking measures against the alleged “Russian schemes to murder us troops,” various members of the administration to trump Dodge the answer or “cover imaginary ignorance of the President in this matter.”

Senators expressed concern about the safety of military personnel because of the position of the leader of the United States.

“Taking into account the fact that the President denies that he was aware of the confirmed by numerous sources is a serious threat to our troops in Afghanistan, we Express our deep concern in connection with the issue of security and protection of American troops, as well as concern with the behavior of high-ranking representatives of the administration,” said Warren and Hirono.

They demanded to explain what was said to the President in light of reports of “payments” Moscow Taliban, what action he is instructed to take and whether you discussed this question with the Russian side.

In addition, Warren appealed to the American General Austin Miller, commander of the mission in Afghanistan, demanding to tell whether discovered during operations or interrogations confirm that Russia’s ties with militants and were reported about it to the American government.

Earlier in the backdrop of recent media publications about the alleged relations of Moscow with the Taliban in the U.S. Congress proposed to introduce sanctions against Russia.

Meanwhile, the Russian foreign Ministry called the statements of the American press “simple injection,” which illustrstrirol “low intellectual abilities of advocates from the American intelligence.”

* The Taliban declared a terrorist organization by the decision of the RF Supreme court dated 14.02.2003.