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Kremlin accuses U.S. of anti-Russia fearmongering after State Department travel warning

Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Friday accused the U.S. State Department of cultivating “blind fear of Russia among Americans” after the department issued a travel warning this week urging U.S. citizens to reconsider visits to the country.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova dismissed the travel warning, which included terrorism and harassment as serious concerns. She referred to it as an example of what the Kremlin has said repeatedly is a growing wave of Russophobia in Washington tied to allegations that Moscow interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.

"In our opinion, this is another unsubstantiated statement, whose primary goal is to trigger another round of anti-Russian hysteria in the U.S., and to cultivate blind fear of Russia among Americans," she said during her weekly news conference.

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Russia specialist here.

Reddit_is_Hasbara

The ongoing smear and political assault on Russia is 100% Jewish (and Shabbos journos and generals).

They need a distraction from 9/11 Truth and also need to blame somebody for economic implosion of America.

Russia specialist here.

Reddit_is_Hasbara

The ongoing smear and political assault on Russia is 100% Jewish (and Shabbos journos and generals).

They need a distraction from 9/11 Truth and also need to blame somebody for economic implosion of America.

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