The United States never found evidence of Russia's collusion with the Taliban terrorist group (banned in the Russian Federation). Acting told about this. David Helvey, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indian and Pacific Security, at a House National Defense Committee meeting.
“After this data emerged regarding Russian programs, we [tried] to uncover supporting information. We haven’t found it yet, ”he stressed.
On September 15, the commander of the US Central Command, General Kenneth Mackenzie, acknowledged that there was no evidence of Russian collusion with the Taliban terrorist group (banned in Russia). He noted that the topic is not closed, and the American side continues to seek evidence.
The New York Times reported on June 26, citing intelligence agencies, that Russian military intelligence had secretly offered to pay for the murder of American servicemen in Afghanistan. Thus, Moscow allegedly wanted to disrupt the US peace talks with the Taliban, the publication said.
In Russia, the accusations were called unfounded. Various American structures also found it difficult to confirm the reliability of the information, but the American intelligence community considers the evidence to be quite convincing.