Russian officials use laptops stolen in Ukraine

Russian officials use laptops stolen in Ukraine

Russian officials use laptops stolen in Ukraine

Photo: Volkov's Twitter

The thieves were given the painted over letters “I”, “I” and «G».

As Leonid Volkov, head of Alexei Navalny's campaign headquarters, wrote on Twitter, laptops were seen in the Russian Central Election Committee.

It is noted that he was approached by one of the members of the electoral committee in Moscow, where the “electronic voter books” are being tested.

“And here I am behind a state-owned laptop, I miss you, and suddenly I notice – There is something painted on the keyboard. I look and what do I see? Where did they get these laptops? Where are the washing machines? – the message says.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich