MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On Thursday, Seleznev was found guilty of cybercrimes by a jury panel at a US court.
"We support [Seleznev's] lawyers, support Seleznev himself, provide him with a consular legal support. We will continue these activities. Unfortunately it is part of a broader, unacceptable, issue when the Americans are hunting our citizens, raising claims to them in the alleged wrongdoings," Dolgov told RIA Novosti.
He added that Moscow would continue raising questions about US violations of Russian citizens' rights.