Ryabkov said that Russia needs to select a firm for representation in a U.S. court

© RIA Novosti / Valery Melnikova in fotomonster foreign Minister of the Russian Federation Sergey Ryabkov. Archival photoRyabkov said that Russia needs to select a firm for representation in a U.S. court© RIA Novosti / Valery Melnikovite the image Bank

The Russian side at the moment chooses us law firm to represent her interests in court in departmenti against the United States, said Russian Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov.

«This is a question we are doing now, most likely it will be one of the largest American law firms that will be hired for these purposes,» Ryabkov said.

According to him, the firm will be transferred to «the whole amount of our information about what happened» with the Russian departmentu in the United States.

«And she’s with her deep understanding and knowledge of the American legal system, legislation, law enforcement practices and precedents, which are in this area, we hope, will be able to effectively defend our position and we need a solution in the corresponding claim,» — said Ryabkov.

He previously stated that in the current political situation to come to the solution of a question on Russian departmenet in the United States in favor of Moscow will be difficult, but Russia is ready to go this route.

The US government on August 31 called on Russia to cease diplomatic operations in the Consulate building in San Francisco, and also in the buildings of the trade mission in Washington and the Department trade mission in new York. The Russian side claims that the buildings were illegal searches involving FBI agents and Department of state denied the participation of the Bureau of investigation and is not talking about searches and about the «bypass» and «inspection».

Ryabkov said that Russia needs to select a firm for representation in a U.S. court© Infografiken sanctions against Russia and retaliatory measures

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