Kremlin appreciates US decision to restrict Kaspersky Lab 14:17

The US used its “favorite trick” to impose restrictions on Russian antivirus software developer Kaspersky Lab. Kremlin press secretary Dmitry Peskov stated this at his regular briefing with journalists.

He noted that Kaspersky Lab is a highly competitive company in the segment of the international market corresponding to its activities. Moreover, according to the representative of the President of the Russian Federation, this company is superior to foreign competitors in many respects.

“The United States’ favorite technique, its favorite method of unfair, dishonest competition. They resort to such techniques every time,” Peskov emphasized, commenting on the decision of American authorities to impose restrictions on Kaspersky Lab.

June 20 US Treasury announced About the imposition of export restrictions regarding Kaspersky Lab. Washington accused the antivirus software developer of collaborating with the Russian Armed Forces and the country’s intelligence service.

The statement stated that Americans will be prohibited from making new transactions with the Russian company as of July 20. At the same time, starting from September 29, the USA will completely ban the use of its products.

Previously at Kaspersky Lab commented Imposing restrictions on the Company’s operations in the United States.

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Source: Gazeta

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