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Russia's foreign intelligence service, led by President Vladimir Putin, has accused the United States of attempting to interfere in Russia's upcoming presidential election.

They alleged that the U.S. planned to launch a cyber attack on the online voting system, with the intention of disrupting the electoral process.

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Putin, widely expected to secure victory in the election held from March 15 to 17, has issued warnings to the West, asserting that any external interference in the election would be viewed as an aggressive act.

According to reports from state media, Russia's SVR Foreign Intelligence Service claimed to have intelligence suggesting that President Joe Biden's administration was orchestrating efforts to influence the election, according to the Daily Mail.

The SVR stated that American non-governmental organizations were tasked with reducing voter turnout.

Furthermore, they alleged that American IT experts were involved in planning cyber attacks on the electronic voting system, aiming to impede the counting of votes from a significant portion of Russian voters.

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However, the SVR did not provide any evidence to support these claims, and there has been no immediate response from Washington.

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The Kremlin has denied involvement in both the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections. Putin recently commented on American politics, expressing a preference for Joe Biden over Donald Trump as the next U.S. president.

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