US Senate Adopted Classified Version of “Russian” Investigation

The US Senate Intelligence Committee has adopted a secret version of the latest, fifth volume of Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election investigation and promised to release a declassified publicly available version later.

Republican Senator Mark Rubio, the Committee Chairman, and Democrat Mark Warner, the Committee Co-chair, made a joint statement about this.

“The Senate Intelligence Committee voted to adopt a secret version of the Committee’s latest ‘Russian’ investigation. The Committee will continue working to include additional items, as well as to cooperate with the Intelligence Community to formalise an edited, declassified, public version of the fifth volume report,” the statement said.

The published report will be the Committee’s final document about Russia’s interference in the US elections. Previous reports have focused on the US elections security; Russia’s disinformation campaign in social media, etc.

Natalia Tolub

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