The Russian government is planning to release a leaflet in English and Spanish next week that will be distributed to supporters of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the state-run news agency RIA Novosti reported on Thursday.
The leaflet will be sent out in the coming days, according to the news agency, which cited a person familiar with the plan.
It was not immediately clear what messages the leaflet would include or how it will be interpreted.
The United States has long suspected that Russia may have hacked the Democratic National Committee, which it blamed on Moscow for the cyberattack on the 2016 presidential election that helped Donald Trump win the White House.
The Kremlin has denied the allegations, and President Donald Trump has denied meddling in the election.
A US intelligence report in March found that Russian intelligence hacked into the Democratic Party, stealing thousands of emails and other documents and leaking them online, including the personal and financial details of Democratic Party officials.
In addition, Russian hackers also attempted to influence the U.S. presidential election by posting unflattering ads on Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets in an attempt to sway voters.