Chinanews, September 17th, according to a comprehensive Russian satellite network report, Russia on the 17th ushered in the most important election of this year-the State Duma (lower house of parliament) elections.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zakharova said that Moscow warned the United States not to further interfere in the Russian elections. The patience of Russia is limited. At present, it has exercised restraint and has not taken measures against US companies.

Data map: On April 21, local time, Russian President Putin delivered a State of the Union address in Moscow.

  According to reports, the Information Center of the Russian Central Election Commission opened the elections this year, including the election of the State Duma.

Polling sites will be opened in many regions of the Far East at 23:00 on September 16, Moscow time.

  When starting voting, Ella Pamfilova, the chairman of the Russian Central Election Commission, said: "We are really excited because we are the first to launch such a large-scale remote electronic voting, a new video surveillance system. I hope no one will let We are disappointed and everything will be as we wish."

  The decision of the Russian Central Election Commission shows that voting for the Duma and other elections will be held on September 17-19 this year on the unified polling day.

The Russian State Duma is elected for a term of five years.

  On the other hand, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zakharova said at a press conference: “Russia has irrefutable evidence that the US Internet platform has violated Russian law regarding Russia’s preparations for the election of the State Duma. Therefore, it declares. Resolutely not allow interference in our internal affairs. We have also relayed relevant information to the US State Department and the National Security Council through the Russian Embassy in Washington."

  She also said: “Our starting point is that the U.S. government immediately takes comprehensive measures in accordance with our requirements. As you know, Russia’s patience is limited, and there is currently no obstacle to U.S. companies in Russia.”