The letter, purportedly signed by Sens.
US Senate Permanent Special Committee on Intelligence offered Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, to testify in the case of Russia's possible interference in the US 2016 presidential elections, as the organization reported on Twitter. The organization also pointed out that Warner was among 10 senators who demanded in June that Assange's asylum be revoked in violation of worldwide law.More news: Magic Leap One is on sale now for a whopping $2,300
"Neither Robert Mueller's team nor the US Senate Intelligence Committee has bothered to contact WikiLeaks or me, in any manner, ever", Assange wrote on Twitter in September past year.
WikiLeaks claimed on Twitter that the letter was delivered via the USA embassy in London, although both the embassy and the senate select committee on intelligence declined to comment when contacted by Sky News.
"The US Senate Select Committee request confirms their interest in hearing from Mr Assange", Robinson said in a statement."The inquiry has asked for him to appear in person at a mutually agreeable time and place".
Assange and WikiLeaks played a key role in the interference of the 2016 campaign by nefarious Russian actors. The indictment does not indicate that Mueller interviewed Assange.More news: Ryanair pilot strike leaves 55,000 travellers stranded across Europe
"Whistle-blowers go to significant efforts to get us material and often very significant risks", Assange told Dutch television program Nieuswsuur in August 2016.
Assange publicly suggested that Guccifer2.0 was not his source at all.
Late last month Moreno said that Julian Assange should leave the premises of the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Australian-born Assange sought refuge in the embassy to avoid extradition to Sweden to face questioning about allegations of sex crimes which he has always denied.More news: Turkish lira hits new low on worries over economy, U.S. row