Russian ambassador to UK denies coronavirus vaccine hack claims world news

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The Russian ambassador to London denied accusations by Britain and its allies of helping hackers target laboratories carrying out research on coronavirus vaccines in a British television interview to be broadcast on Sunday.Andrei Kelin said Thursday’s allegations by Britain, the United States and Canada that a hacking group called APT29 was behind the online attacks and “almost certainly” related to Russian intelligence, had “no sense”.

“I don’t believe this story at all, it doesn’t make any sense,” he told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, adding that he learned about the hacking collective from British media reports.

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