Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on a memoir published by the former presidential adviser on national security John Bolton.
вЂњIn Russian practice, most of the information published there relates to materials for official use, but this is not the business of Moscow,вЂќ he said.
Earlier fragments of Bolton's unpublished book provoked indignation from the White House. The Ministry of Justice attempted to ban publication, but the court found no reason to seize and destroy the memoirs.
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump believes that Bolton has released classified information вЂњin huge numbers.вЂќ The American leader said the former adviser must вЂњpay a very high price for this.вЂќ
The memoirs, in particular, describe the details of TrumpвЂ™s talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un about the White HouseвЂ™s policy towards Ukraine and the alleged request of the American president to President Xi Jinping to help him get reelected this year.
John Bolton was fired from the U.S. administration in September 2019.