Sweden's prime minister has denied a report claiming that an adviser in his country's Moscow embassy met with opposition activists ahead of Sunday's State Duma elections to plan large-scale nationwide protests.
"There are no grounds for it," Fredrik Reinfeldt
Reinfeldt suggested that Russian authorities "tried to cast doubt on the work of foreign offices," as "part of election campaigning," which showed their "growing nervousness as they waited for the election results."
The claim was made in a
In the report a narrator said the Swedish Embassy official met with students, opposition activists and bloggers, including prominent
Nosik laughed off the accusations on his blog last week, while Golos has promised to
NTV reporters barged into Golos offices in late November to question them on camera about whether they were financed from abroad.