U.S. military officials to meet on Saturday with Russian intelligence officials to discuss U.N. resolution on Crimea

Military officials from the U.K., U.C.L.A., and other U.s. forces will meet in Washington on Saturday to discuss Russian efforts to interfere in the U and U. S. elections, the Pentagon said.

Russian officials have said they aim to disrupt the U.-S.

election, but they have also called for “peaceful” demonstrations in the capital and in the western states.

The Pentagon said in a statement on Wednesday that the two-day meeting will focus on “what we know so far of Russian efforts in support of Russia’s interference in the US election process, including efforts to undermine faith in the outcome of the election.” “

The aim is to undermine confidence in the American electoral process and, if possible, to bring the election of the next president to a halt,” Lukashenvich said.

The Pentagon said in a statement on Wednesday that the two-day meeting will focus on “what we know so far of Russian efforts in support of Russia’s interference in the US election process, including efforts to undermine faith in the outcome of the election.”

The United States is the world’s top-spending democracy, but Russia is accused of meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied the allegations and has called the U-S.

elections hacking campaign “a total fabrication.”

The Russian military has repeatedly denied interfering in the election.

In December, U.A.E. leaders accused Russia of hacking into U.G. officials’ emails in a bid to influence the election in favor of Trump.

In March, the Russian government accused U.U.S.-led coalition forces of using Russian-made missiles in a strike on Syria that killed two Russian pilots.

Russian lawmakers also said on Wednesday they would vote on a resolution that would call on Russia to stop supporting extremist groups in Syria and Ukraine.

In recent weeks, the U!

S.-Russia military alliance has expanded its presence in Syria, sending troops to the country’s northern border.

The U.W.S., the European Union and the U.,S.

and NATO have also pledged to send military personnel to the border to help defend against the Syrian conflict.