The proliferation of frivolous and unsubstantiated allegations of Russian interference in the internal Affairs of States in crisis associated with the pandemic coronavirus, unfortunately. This was stated on Thursday at a briefing the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

"No real evidence of the impact of the Russian state in the election and generally any internal processes in the United States was not and could not be, she said. – Of course, it is regrettable that such insinuations continue to spread even now, when the United States and the world are faced with a challenge in the form of a coronavirus infection and its socio-economic consequences".

The diplomat noted the importance of international cooperation in the context of the ongoing crisis associated with the spread of the coronavirus.

"We are convinced that in such circumstances it is important to combine the efforts of the world community and not to make other countries unsubstantiated, politicized claims," she said.

Zakharova also commented on the statement by Secretary of state Mike Pompeo from August 10 operations impact on public opinion in the United States, which allegedly involved Russia.

"Nothing new in relation to our country in this statement we have not heard," she said, adding that such accusations against Russia are "a kind of ritual practice" for American officials.

August 10, the channel Newsmax TV Pompeo said that Iran, China and Russia attempted to spread false information with the purpose of influencing the mood of the Americans and the outcome of the upcoming presidential elections in the country.

As previously noted by the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin unfortunately expects that the closer the US presidential election in November 2020 will be more paranoid reports about the alleged attempts of Russia to interfere in the electoral process. According to Peskov, such allegations "have nothing to do with the truth".