The Russian foreign Ministry call the Ambassador of the Netherlands, the source said

© RIA Novostizenit the Russian foreign Ministry. Archival photoThe Russian foreign Ministry call the Ambassador of the Netherlands, the source said© RIA Novosti

The Ambassador of the Netherlands in Moscow will be summoned to the Russian foreign Ministry, told RIA Novosti diplomatic source.

«The foreign Ministry will be called the Ambassador of the Netherlands,» he said.

On the eve of the Ministry of defence of the Netherlands stated that the country’s intelligence agencies have prevented a hacker attack on the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW), which allegedly tried to carry out four citizens of the Russian Federation. As stated by the Minister ANK Bijleveld suspects with diplomatic passports expelled from the Netherlands on April 13.

The Russian foreign Ministry called the accusations «another orchestrated propaganda» campaign and said that unleashed the «anti-Russian campaign of spy mania» causes serious harm to bilateral relations. Also, the Russian foreign Ministry drew attention that the statement of defense of the Netherlands made before the session of the OPCW on 9 October, in anticipation of which creates the «right» political background for wrongful initiatives.

Later accusations against Russia made by the US and Canada, stating that the seven «GRU» involved in hacking attacks on the electoral system of the US anti-doping laboratory, the nuclear company Westinghouse, stealing and posting money laundering with the use of cryptocurrency. While four of the suspects the American side of Russians — the same people who expelled the Netherlands. Earlier, Washington refused the offer of Moscow on creation of the group on cybersecurity.

Deputy foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov said that the US «poison» the atmosphere in Russian-American relations, new accusations of Russian special services. He noted that tensions between the two nuclear powers is a hazardous.

Russia proposed to establish a joint working group on cyber security that would allow Moscow and Washington to cooperate in the sphere of information protection and non-interference in the internal Affairs of States. The United States has rejected this initiative.