1048 GMT February 19, 2020
Russia denies the cyber hacking claims, saying it is waiting to be presented with hard evidence, euronews.com reported.
On a visit to Moscow, Johnson told Sergei Lavrov there was what he called ‘abundant evidence’ of Russia meddling in foreign elections, but efforts in Britain had failed.
Johnson is making the first trip to Russia by a British foreign minister in just over five years, with a whole range of thorny issues raised.
At a joint press conference, Lavrov said, "The person sitting next to me — Boris Johnson — said recently that he had no evidence that Russia meddled in the referendum over Britain's exit from the European Union."